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nisha
i loved this poem. this is one of my best ones i have ever heared.
Chris
very nice.
Chris
very nice Katy!
KATHLEEN
LIKED YOUR POEM..

Sunset

I sit and watch the sun
as it sets into the mountains,
You are sitting just close enough
for me to feel your warmth,
The colors of the sky swirl into a daze
and I disappear,
With the last of the suns rays
I float through the clouds,
But I can still feel your warmth
on my smooth skin,
It puts the reassurance into my heart
that you are there to keep me warm.

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