Tom Ramsey

Light And Music - Poem by Tom Ramsey

In a breeze of a moment
she found my youth
and awakened so many
long slumbering passions.

She feels like velvet
and tastes like rain.
She laughs like a little girl
and she smiles in her sleep.

Brushing her hair back
from her eyes
I caught her winking at me.

She blushed.
I smiled.
We kissed.

She is away.
I had to write.
I cannot sleep.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 26, 2003

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