Moon Light - Poem by Paul Bayliss
As the Moon light glows on the roof tops and they seem to glisen like snow, it takes me back to a time in my life i find so hard to let go,
I remember the times when our hearts were intwined, our bodies would touch, i can still feel the rush and electricy filled the air,
The love and passion i felt, a hand only god could have delt, and such love no man could compare,
Now i just lay on my bed those wonderfull memories filling my head, and my heart screeming...
Why did i not let her know. :)
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