Reflections - Poem by Donald Yates
Silvery reflections on the water
from the moon above,
two shadows embracing
in the act of love.
Drifting never tiring
in each others arms,
lips and hands exploring
one anothers charms.
It is a night of wonder
in finding little places,
and seeing the happy pleasures in each others faces.
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