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Burning Love

It might have started
The first time I saw you
Your demure smile brought delight
The sun in my eyes were burning bright
I squinted out into the yellow haze
Little did I know love was about to ignite

In my brightly colored daze
Driving the hay wagon down
Past the shoreline of the bay
Echoes of your giggles was louder than life
And the sweet soft sunshine you wore
Reflected off your face did ignite

I felt rise in me a flame burning bright
Brighter than all the stars at night
For all the day riding on the hay
Never knowing what would happen today
Waiting for that spark at night

On the beach sharing our passion
Under all those burning stars
Sparkled a bon fire when we kissed
Our tongues like licking flames
When we were burned with love
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Posted: Nov 2013
About this poem:
Love is like the passages of time; each day like a piece of wood placed on the fire. Enjoy the heat!

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Odette67
On the beach sharing our passion
Under all those burning stars
Sparkled a bon fire when we kissed
Our tongues like licking flames
When we were burned with love

Beautifully sensual Yankee, love it. hug purple heart
Serenity4two
This is so beautiful and passionate Chris thumbs up
Well done ! F hug wine
Yankee4you
Chrissie, Fiona, Thank you very much... I wanted a theme about 'fire and love'...and riding the hay wagon presents a curious complexion in this one....I almost blew it up..haha
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