Surely Gold

(Julian, California, USA)

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So much
Angled in a way so as to disguise
And yet it lingers on minds as a mystery
Truths to be said, and lips to gently kiss
If only stars were truly magic,
Then dreams would find their way
So heavy
Tightly engulfing the body of love
Sending out waves of desire,
With tides of fruitful lust
Blues so bright in the eyes of the sky
Where birds fly away home
A dangerous meaning when one has found truth
To be the boldest lie in ones life
While the flower sits, beautiful and vibrant radiating life,
The bee buzzes around stopping only occasionally for some sweetnes.
Within a heart of gold lies everlasting Love.
Stained and tarnished maybe,
But still gold as precious as any.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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