Love - Poem by Fred Babbin
I must touch you
And you must touch me.
We must explore
But ardor’s not enough.
And while desire reigns,
We must take care
And we may change the way we feel
For that’s what love can be about,
So here’s to ars longa, vita brevis,
And “gather ye rosebuds while ye may.”
but we must see more deeply
into each other.
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