Ray Hansell

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I Wiil Not Kiss And Tell - Poem by Ray Hansell

You came along one summer day
With a smile upon your face
You didn’t have much to say
In fact, you were rather quiet

I watched you from a distance
Then I made my move
Oh, what a big surprise
You didn’t refuse

Don’t think that you’re a notch
Upon my wood bed post
Because when it comes to you
What we do, I’ll never boast

The loving we share is ours
It’s always sealed with a kiss
All the things we’ve ever done
Have never left my lips

So don’t you ever worry
Our secret I’ve never told
All the things we did together
Stay inside of me as I grow old


© 8-13-10/RJH

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 13, 2010

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