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Phoenix Love

Of you, I remember Lavender filled the air Our first date I washed your hair. I remember your body A taste from head to toe Glistening with oil As you begged me not to go. I remember your smile Madness

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True Friends

“True Friends” By Chas Harold Based on “True” by Spandau Ballet (Ha-ha-ha, ha-ah-hi) (Ha-ha-ha, ha-ah-hi) So true Funny how it seems Some are on time, carrying their toys and creams Taking coats and pouring drinks Sharing our love and our

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Another Truth

The truth is no one knows you want them all The truth is you dream of lust gender is just a spice a variety The truth is you could have it if you only had the courage The truth is

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I See You

I see you the ugly and the beautiful but I also see the parts you may not even see as we are sometimes blinded to our imperfection I see you the you that cries for the pain in the world

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I hope you know I love you still No matter what I always will I know we’ve grown apart it seems Still, I hold you in my dreams I hope these paths we walk each day will join again in

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Posted in Poem

Creative Differences

Once touching meant we could not sleep our bodies moved with pleasures deep We’d touch and tease, talk and sing from these hours our love did spring But we fell asleep and woke apart empty galleries there was no more

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Free, but?

If you love something, let it go. If it returns, it’s yours; if it doesn’t, it wasn’t. If you love someone, set them free. If they come back they’re yours; if they don’t they never were. But if I don’t

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