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A love...

A love with-in, entangled by deep desires. Ones very being aching, longing, for the seemingly forbidden lovers touch.

A love tragic, for it not one sided. Two hearts held despertly apart, passions kept untapped.

A love bravely professed, words spoken. A face radiant in it's moment of truth, beautiful forever in my heart.

A love extinguished, back to the depths of the heart. A pledge to yet another, two hearts slayed in truth.

A love assurred, your message was to me. You stumbled that night our hearts cried, your chin up, gaze eye to eye.

A love 'til now, has it's second confession. Simple words from a simple man, the same simple message back to you.

A love complete, only upon my hearts imagination. Only there can I recall and live the forbidden.

A love, in words for you to see. To whom do I write? Be assured by the warmth in your heart, it is to you I speak.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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