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Tides Enslaver

I see deep and endless sea –
Feel your soul – that is so free…
Want those sun rays – from your heart
Touched my skin, kissed every part –
Of my body…salty breeze
Brings your scent, and pure kiss
Melts with your taste, and with mine…
Set me free – and cross that line!
You are so free – as the sea…
And you mean so much to me…
But I can't be one for you –
Golden cage can kill you soon…
You are flying with the wind –
I will never cut your wing.
You belong to nature – but!
Still I keep you in my heart)
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Submitted on June 23, 2017

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Hello, my dear readers! My name is Christina - I'm from Ukraine. I love poetry and write myself. Since 2012 I started writing in English - before that I was writing only in my native languages - Russian and Ukrainian. My poems are written in a simple English and are easy to understand. My topic is - Love....Hope you will like my works...Thanks for visiting my page, dear readers!This is the link to the song - words were written by me!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0kSZlbd4X0&feature=plcpThis is a link to a presentation of a poem "I Wanted to Love"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie-HoafZw68Link to presentation of "Can I...?"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_r4m7lfQ26UEnjoy poetry together with me and poetry.com! more…

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