Joscelyn Webb

Rookie (12 06 1979 / London)

Unspoken - Poem by Joscelyn Webb

There is beauty in words
Beauty in the way one soul
Expresses it's desires
In words, to others

I beleive this

But I believe the greatest beauty
I have ever seen
Was in the silent, wordless truths
We shared
Our lips, almost touching
And our hot, sweet breath
Kissed one anothers dreams

(c) JAN 2006


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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 14, 2006



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