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broker6
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Lay Thee Down
by ©Richard Budig 1997

Come, lay thee down.
Be my gentle lover.
Let me live forever
In your mingles
Of raven black hair.
Let me touch
Your milky skin
So soft and so fair.
Let us join together
Upon this celestial sea.
Come, lay thee down,
Lay thee down beside me.

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Beautifully written and packed full of vivid imagery

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Alis volat propriis
(She flies with her own wings)
 
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