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Darling, sweet darling Dare you undress Laying there naked While I caress The soul of your body The soul of your being The soul of our love While both hearts are beating. Darling, sweet darling I want you … Continue reading →
“The night was empty. Endless turns down roads that never ran out. The wheels spun under gravel that hung in the air like my plea for you. My heart still bleeds for a love long taken. Buried underneath the weight … Continue reading →
“The way she looked at the mountains said everything. Her body positioned directly in front of their towering peaks as if whispering, “take all of me.” No other love would come close to the bond she had forged upon their … Continue reading →
“As my head hits the hard compacted dirt I’ve gratefully chosen to call my bed for the evening I wonder if it’ll ever subside. I vividly dream of places I’ve never been with people I have yet to meet. The … Continue reading →
“I was forged with a burning desire to experience as much as I allowed myself. No longer was the question of fathomability present. For I had felt the impossible and the illusion of limits had been dissolved. My mind had … Continue reading →
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“The mighty mountain stands alone. As we gaze upon her vast snow laden peak we feel humbled. Glistening white snow gently caresses the exposed jagged rocks lingering underneath. The summit wind has a subtle magnetism which draws us in. The … Continue reading →