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You spoke to me in quiet tones
So soft and delicate your touch
So strong and intoxicating your passion
Your eyes filled the earth
Filled the galaxy
Filled my heart with love
You spoke to me without words
We've grown past that
I feel you feeling me a thousand miles away
I see your energy enter my soul
in beautiful red, yellows, and violets
you found a home
live here for awhile
as our souls are entwined in a dance
all in your delicate silence
that carries the truth of my heart
every hair on my body at full attention
as you exhale
every hair on my body a magnet to your electricity
I hear you in your silence
when your thoughts are with me
when your heart races
when your stomach rises :)
my whole being hears you
knows you and feels all of you
you carry much weight in your silence
measured more then gold
measured more then diamonds
measured more then anything in my wildest dreams
your weight lifts me up
takes me flying over mountains and valleys
screaming like a kid again
so close to your heart
so close
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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Ade Richardson

I'm a film director living out of Brooklyn NY. I started writing poetry sporadically 10 years ago, but have recently been writing regularly. I'm a prolific writer and write quite often but it's only until recently that I've been sharing my poems with others. more…

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