Black Poetry : a walk in the park

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  1. thespokesman

    thespokesman Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    tp 2k3

    A walk in the park

    Touching, teasing
    Grabbing hands
    Fingers interlock
    Un wed, now elope
    With soft words spoke
    Whispered into ears
    That tremble
    Off blissful logs
    And logarithms
    That logs time
    When peace is logistics
    And statistics that are frilic
    And mimic
    Overtones, and deftones
    Soft kisses on neck bones
    Shutter
    Make souls tremble
    Bodies quiver
    When exchange is delivered
    Thru kisses
    Laughs
    Only fragmentation of lust
    Busted, into different formations
    Configurations that
    Inquire perspiration
    Small and minimal
    Precious mineral
    The little but literal
    Things done
    Spoken love
    Blossoms like roses
    In snow
    Icicles that freeze time
    A fountain flows
    Waves of joy
    Drop a dime
    A wish
    To
    Walk Again​
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    the stroll ........love this piece of walk
     
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    i likes this....:angel1:
     
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