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About the Poem

I'm a older student. I'm 43. In the past year, I've fallen in love with a man that I met in a chat room. We've gotten very close and most of my poetry is for and about him.

This is a poem about the joy of sharing time and love with someone special.

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Nancy
That was beautiful.

The Night

Laying here next to you

Watching you sleep.

You're breathing so soft.

My fingers trace

The line of your jaw.

You stir a little.

I softly kiss your mouth.

The kiss becomes a smile

As your fingers

Run through my hair.

Sharing the last glass of wine.

One arm around me

The other reaching for the light.

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