Daily Archive: August 4, 2019

Once

Once   Stealing kisses, hands falling together, finding new place to be discovered. We loved so damn hard, we forgot to have a safety net. ——————————————————————– If I knew   We had the… Continue reading

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Gypsy soul

Gypsy soul   Once, I walked in the clouds, The highest Honduras mountains, I stood upon. I was a free man.   Once, I danced with the Pacific, the Winter storms taught me.… Continue reading

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The Final Dance

Originally posted on MY VALIANT SOUL:
But then you never returned. And something orphan slipped from my cheek, A naked dance full of black solemn love, round and so full of evening stars…

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Tracing Whispers

Originally posted on Raw Earth Ink:
my fingertips trace the curves of my flesh once again I crave you wishing they were your hands not mine that your body was pressed against my…

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Listen ~ A Poem By Walt Page, The Tennessee Poet

Originally posted on Walt's Writings:
I listen And I hear What I hear Is what I write Inspiration coming from sounds I listen to the wind Telling me the secrets of the…

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“You forgave me”

You forgave me   I remember us. We were something. I chased you till you couldn’t run no-more. I promised you the moon, I promised you a ancient love. We drank aged wine… Continue reading

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