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"in Kaylas rehearsal dance of the tree in the wind"

I read uneasy to befriend,
undo with the love into bland,
undo to reach the riches in you,
undo under which I believe to do,
all the riches of the vantage,
of the skies of the rye,
I can't be handed.
Under which I see the light.
Free, of the clue.
I'm understood of the right,
believed to do.
I do, seek the rivers vine,
to flick the feelings of you,
to dance under the moonlight,
"like a tree in the wind,"
to take in advantage why,
in the rivers that came in the flow of the night,
under wishes of the night to see.
I'm under her easy hands,
I do in the ever hands,
in the view,
of an ever circle.
What is the innocence
of you?
I'll be an unwanted,
in advance of quite,
night of the answers,
why I recite,
least of you,
to see the right,
of the peace,
in requite,
I do.
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Steven was adopted, his biological father was an English professor who had an affair with a student. Writing poetry is an outlet for his expression of love. A hopeless romantic in search of his soul mate. (it changes from now and then) He hopes to capture the girl of his dreams through poetry. Visit my blog at http://thedailypoetrss.blogspot.com/ for the latest up to date poems. more…

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