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Heart at Mind



My secret ever so deep,
Hidden within satin sheets,
A burn hole at the cut crease,
Reminder of what I reap.

No numbing notes nearly name,
The truth behind this guilt game,
This masquerade ball of pain,
Yet I'm the one who's insane?

How does one remove the veil,
Covered with this darkened sail,
To ease the torture and ail,
Cure me of my worst wild wail?

All it takes is one small glance,
Slight strength with a sturdy stance,
Sends my heart into a prance,
To gallop to our own dance.

Take my hand into this waltz,
Worry not of all your faults,
Hearts enjoy smooth somersaults,
Yet our minds cause these halts.

With heart at mind, mind at heart,
Calloused hands and worlds apart,
Lips together sweet and tart,
Letting go so love can start!

-ANH-
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Submitted on September 08, 2012

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Ashley Hutcherson

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