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Door
by Judy C Meeker
Thursday, June 01, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Slowly along my entrance slide
Press yourself against me gently
But do not spread me wide
Wait for the sigh of entry.
I will tell you in time
Until then just be queit
Listen for the rhythem of my rhyme
It will come with the light
Of fire igniting on my tongue
My resistance wearing thin
Whispering ancient songs unsung
I will ache to let you in.

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/4/2006
The intent of your verses is undeniable and I respectfully think I know what you intend. (Check out a couple of typos and please, do the same for me when I make them.) I do love the sincerity of the verses here. Love and peace to you, Judy,

Regis



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