Maryam Tuberose - Poem by Blaine Strong
Whisper to me Mary. Cold nights grow dark now
Sadness relieved like sandbags during great floods. No matter what your voice shreds me
Listen to me Mary. Sunlight shines from your forbidden Persian eyes, and I'm lost in wonder and amazement. Smiles fly amung infatuation
Hold me Mary. Each and every being in our world is broken in half. Destiny is to find the other being to fit.6/9 22/28 perfect.
Love me Mary. Until love parishes in relics
Hockey ends and were both Americans
That's how we know we've been screwed.
Woo me Mary. Don't be rude, just kidding
What poem would you like to hear?
I can feel the passion in your fear
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