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A Poem by MagicMJ



Author: MagicMJ
Created: March 25, 2010 at 11:07 am
Upload Type: Poem, G (All)  
Category: Love | Relationships | General/Other
Upload Stats: 5 Stars by 2 users with 2 comments and 170 views

Union  

From a far I saw her
With just a look
I feel her
Electricity flowed
Ecstasy I canít control
For so many years
Iíve been wanting
To touch her
Her hands cling to mine
Taste her sweet lips
Be her paradise
And now the time has come
For us to take a vow
Together we will be one
With this bond
Iíll be forever his man
And her my loving wife

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Last Modified: November 03, 2010 at 08:14 am
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Author Notes


I just thought to write something that i feel the men were feeling on their wedding day... hope I expressed it right....)



 
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Comments & Reviews



OfiraS
March 25, 2010
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Writing from the perspective of the opposite sex is sometimes difficult but I feel you've done a great job. This is very romantic and I feel a lot of people can relate. Great poem.


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scoofey
March 25, 2010
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great work dude
gives a very intence feeling............really nice touches my heart



(Author)
many thanks pal...

 MagicMJ replied on March 25, 2010






      

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