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I wrote this while being away from my love. I just closed my eyes and imagined us together across the miles. It seemed so real!
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|by Millette Addison
Dreamland awaits you,
Close your eyes,
Imagine you and I,
Close as breath,
Skin upon skin,
For you taste of Raspberries,
The fragrance of you,
Takes my breath away,
I am burning inside,
A torch of fire,
Burning fuel of passion,
For you are my desire,
My heart beats with every breath,
You are my destiny,
Your eyes evade me,
deep, dark, mysterious,
I am your slave,
Your love has captured me,
Grab my body,
Pull me close,
Show me your love,
In ways I could only dream.
Wake me I must be dreaming,
This is a fairytale.
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