Kisses Of Perpetuity - Poem by Mark Heathcote
Her breaths gathered apace trembled
Her undulations in their confines
Are of a truly, great motherly cosmos.
She ripples on the waves and leaves
Her edicts come from her nomadic travels.
He held his breath purposely
It was, deep, and heavy
Almost measured as if, not to breathe.
He was trying to hold on to her breath
Restrain it in perpetuity for all eternity
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