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Vacation

Eric R 



Madame at lake's end
I imagine you before this day
And when we meet let's not pretend
Our love was born in a heavenly way.
For I saw you, and but one thought was mine
Your breast and body looked sweet and kind
And let's not true love define
Shall we make merry and unwind?

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Submitted on September 02, 2012

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