Love Revisited - Poem by Richard Noggin
It seemed like old times just you and me.
We talked to each other so easily.
But then night came and it was time to go.
You gave me a hug real nice and slow.
When I walked out your door the feeling remained.
As I pulled out of your drive
I cried out your name.
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