Lovers - Poem by michael montgomery
lovers walk hand in hand, and in military step
lovers don't wear seatbelts, it's worth the risk
lovers groom each other, like the lion and lioness
lovers shower together., in the warm waters of lust
lovers dine together, and feed the fires of amore
lovers sleep together, and dream of one another
lovers separate, but are never alone
lovers remain silent, and have great conversation
lovers are insane, sanity is over rated.
lovers never grow old, the rest of us are mere mortals.
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