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Fields Of Love



Journey with me through fields of love,
Where fragrance fills the air.
The velvet flowers of the earth,
Become the clothes you wear.
With softness and with gentle touch,
You fill my soul with peace.
A treasured gift that you receive,
My heart feels so complete.
Where glass is green and soften by dews,
With crystal beads that cling.
You are the beauty in my life,
Like nature in the spring.
So touched with all the softness,
Of tender love it brings.
You wear the velvet of my heart,
In nature's love that sings.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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