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Shepards Hill

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blueloon
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since 07-07-99
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0 posted 08-18-99 01:40 PM       View Profile for blueloon   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for blueloon

A memory. The barn. "The Bed."
Hay within our hair.
Like an ice cube you melted within.
Brown tastles of hair ran through my fingers.
Will you ever feel the words I once spoke?

We ran from Shepards Hill.
It felt like a race between two evils.
My lungs burned with every breath I took.
I never thought of what you felt.

You ended my desire as salt water glistened
down my throat.
You held me close and kissed my pain away.
And as quickly as you came, you left.
Come back to me sweet angel, I need to know
what you felt.
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Sue
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I don't quite know why, but I like it.
 
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