Belle Buckley

(Los Angeles, California)

"The Party" - Poem by Belle Buckley

Our love is an everyday anniversary, a

A feast on delicacies, sweet melodies
with wings. Making memories beyond our

Floating on a cloud, laughing out loud,
In ecstasy, through eternity, when you
Are kissing me

With heavenly love gifts, that our hearts
Comprehend. This party for two will never

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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