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Love Leap



Love leap
I speak
She pleases
I pleads
Out on the belfry the air sung love sing
I yearn to abed my sWeeteast wife alaknanda
The Temple bells swing and swerve with all
of arti`s sermons unsung
Sunken ships
Seamen sleep
Unwoken watery sleep
Deep in the deepthless cavern of your beauty
Lie still,sleep becalmed
Arti`s fruity full lips my nicotine yearns
Tulips unfurl love worm
Warmthness erupts
Breaks all barriers
Arti-in-kumar;kumar-in-arti
ConQuer and collapse
Giving rise to Helens and Hubs
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Submitted on June 12, 2010

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