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Our Love



Looking for the sun I call her name
Her vision haunting me like a ghost,
For the name cannot be loudly spoken
Especially not from me your lyrical host.
A glitter from your eyes captures my heart
Drawing me in closer, making me weak,
With a soft restrained kiss I hold you close
And you reveal that it is me that you seek.
Reach we do our hands to heaven
Backwards, forwards, both near and far,
For you the whole of the moon I would give
Or at the very least the one golden star.
Heaven, hell, that great in between
These places for you I would go,
If only to hold you in my arms
Then only three words you need to know.
This once great world has ended
Your loving world for me has begun,
For our children will be born in love
And turn to face the Southern Sun.
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Submitted on July 04, 2012

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Born in Leeds, England, Marcus De Storm is married with two twin daughters. He finds time to write across the board with Story-Shorts, Novels, Poetry and Niches, between running his Family business in Multi-Media and Technology on an International scale.Recently published, Marcus intends to release three further books throughout the Summer, and three more for Christmas 2012. A specially selected "Anthology" of Poetry is scheduled for sometime in 2012, but as yet, there is no fixed date for this project.Living in Walton, Wetherby, Marcus remains to be no stranger to the Internet through his 40 Blogsites that he and his staff manage on a day to day basis.Favourite saying and Motto: Get a life, live it, love it. more…

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