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This is all about the intimacies lovers discover in the silence of each other.

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This poem is a great poem , its so true, even tho its short it tells alot, thanxz and keep up the good work, very injoyable
I believe it was good yet not wanted I expected.
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I love this poem. It's short but it says a lot. This is the way I feel with my fiancee.Thanks for putting it into words for me to give him.

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The dim light of the moon shimmers
Through the window and
Spatters onto the cold floor.
The silvery silence bares his soul,
As his body presses against mine,
His warm skin beads with sweat,
The essence of his life.
A quiet rumor.
A sacred secret.
His sweet breath tickles my ear
With dreams of yesterday
And promises of tomorrow.

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