Pam Morris

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Thoughts On My Scribbles - Poem by Pam Morris

I know you
want to unwrap me
here, now
in this moist air
no one
was ever there
I must tell you
but I think
you know
I have kissed
another purple
finger and told others
I have no lover
only that pen
and paper

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 22, 2006

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