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Chanting in love

Vincent Larcher 1969 (Saltibus)

Beautiful and lovely lady open the path that leads to your city so I may enter legally to apply for citizenship of your love,
I am a fan, admirer and a loving man wanting to stay within the path of your seasoning love,
Let me be the member to obtain a membership of your heart and love to memorize your face, voice, eyes, love, kindness and your body,
Therefore whenever we may kiss the leaves on the trees will sound the bells of our love to the birds and the birds will chant to the gods of love,
In which they will take our love to a place where love are being bless, to remain healthy and excited each time our eyes meet when our lips greets each others love daily.
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Submitted by Vinnie on April 19, 2021

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Vincent Larcher

My name is Vincent Larcher 51 year old male who is a French national but was born in St. Lucia who loves writing love poems, I have yet to publish any of my work but will do same day. more…

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  • Vinnie
    I was inspired to write this poem whiles I was in the park lessoning the sweet songs of the birds and heard someone talking about citizenship and that how this poem come about.
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