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This Autumn Night
by charles r herbers

Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Apart we are this crisp autumn night.

The hint of music harms this heart.

So soft and slow is the song of thy soul.


My gaze flows to heavens light.

Where sparkling stars are all about.

Nay nearly so bright as twinkling in those

eyes just here last night.


Undulating you mirage excite this soul.

A deep breath I must take.

Forth too savor the fragrance of thy flesh.

Too taste thy nurture my deepest delight.


With tingling and quavering all about

Dancing we dare our spirits this night.


Slow down my beaten heart.

 For here I find us back on earth

Now others here harks our name.

Ours spirits cry don’t leave us now.

For this our dance was not yet done.


Be brave my heart so pure and true to loves dues

For she is still and always with us

Even here, in this world we now dwell.... 


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Reviewed by Holly Wingard (Reader) 3/18/2013

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