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Anamcara

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RAM
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0 posted 03-25-2000 04:06 AM       View Profile for RAM   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for RAM

           Anamcara

no chills can claim a place for long
here in the temple of my being -
my body, your body.
lines...cells blur and blend,
as what we know through touch
is what we know in unity.

the simple act of sighing
becomes imbued with memories
of touches not yet shared -
yet shared with breaths
of air from ancient unions.

then, your sweet whispers come to me
as clearly as on other nights
when each caress of word
is passion, peace, unison.

©  RAM  2/26/00
© Copyright 2000 RAM - All Rights Reserved
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This is lovely, RAM! I especially loved the lines 'yet shared with breaths
       of air from ancient unions.'

Absolutely wonderful!

Denise
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Oh...I like your style. Very nicely done here  
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RAM~
Such beautiful recalling
of memories from the heart.
Welcome to our Passion family.
~*Marge*~


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Rick,

A ghrá mo chroí,
Níl aon tintéan mar do thintéan féin.

Mairg darab galar an grádh

Mairg darab galar an grádh,
gibé fath fá n-abraim é
is deacair sgarthain re a pháirt;
truagh an cás a bhfuilim féin.

An grádh-soin tugas gan fhios,
ós é mo leas gan a luadh,
muna fhaghad furtacht tráth,
biaidh mo bhláth go tana truagh

An fear-soin dá dtugas grádh,
's nách féadaim a rádh ós aird,
dá gcuire sé mise i bpéin,
go madh dó féin bhus céad mairg!

Isibeul ní Mhic Cailín

Anamcara,

Corinne
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Questing for the life long ancient,
Few will ever find,
And yet I hear their voices,
In your subtle mind.

(Very well written)

 
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