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Fire & Ice

Bryan kiser 1989 (Benton harbor, Michigan)

The knowledge she voice into the earth cools as frost to windows, let it stick
With her walks there is a trail of footprints in the deep snow
so I never get left behind
Her love flashes like lights on a snowy but beautiful Christmas day
Every present is filled with abundance
Winter's wind is her expression, the dancing of it shows her passion
Like ice, time freezes and memories can last forever
Eyes of a goddess, moves of a dift, her love can't be taken litely
Whiteouts can blind the road ahead
He is fire
The warmth of a fireplace
Distance is the division but fire brings the coziness of two souls in a realm where they meet
Fire ignites the souls even on the saddest of days
The fire, shines from the sun, the path when ice days isn't clear
an erruption of flow between two charges.
It's never easy or substanable but what makes it great two opposite making it manageable
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Submitted by Gloryroad89 on January 12, 2021

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Bryan kiser

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