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The sweetest things

It’s so good to be back to you
And to know what is the sweetest thing
For me
It’s your smile
I think
Yes I’m sure
And your voice of course
And your arm holding me tight
Yes all these sweet simple things
Are the best I think
And walk and laugh
from all these funny thoughts and words
That comes to mind
When we just spend the time
Together
Hand in hand
And this smile,
Yes this smile of yours
And your touch
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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I am a Polish female living in the heart of the greenest region of Poland called 'The land of a thousand lakes'. I am married and a mother of two beautiful boys, working at the University of Warmia and Mazury at the Real Estate Management and Regional Development Chair. Poetry is the subject I use to fill my days, to make them full of love, light and smiles and hidden desires.Much of what I write is based on personal experiences and people who have come my way during this long trip of life which I live by.The inspiration comes from life and everything that touches my heart. Anna more…

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