Monthly Archives: February 2018

All Last Night

All last night I dreamed of you, Awoke, and slept, and dreamed of you, And kept on dreaming all night through Of you and me, and me and you. You were so gentle, were so fair— Imagine us two sitting … Continue reading

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A Cowboy’s Hope

I hope you’re not in pain, my dear; I really, really do. If I were there, I’d face that pain And tell him, “You are through!” “Go for your gun! Draw!” I’d say, And I’d be quick as truth. I’d … Continue reading

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Education

Lantern, lantern, in the night. My lovely Lady. Oh and oh, what gentle light. Moon rising, rising so full. Beautiful Lady. Serenity is so close. Crashing waves shout on the shore. My smiling lady. Yes, she is passionate, too. Rocks … Continue reading

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It Will Be Wonderful!

Oh, how I want you, my dear! I want to hold you, hold you, hold you! Hold you in my arms! Close my eyes and hold you! More than anything! More than kisses or caresses, More than sex! Just to … Continue reading

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No Mistake

Though I come knocking at your door, You are my ship come into shore. There may not be a Heaven’s gate, But you are swinging in my fate. If there was ever joyous doom It is your footstep in my … Continue reading

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Together

Mine alone to hug and hug; Mine alone are you. Rhyme into my arms, sweet verse. In my arms you ring divine. I feel vibrations. Hug you, hug you; you are mine. You’re my meter, oh so strong. Rhythms echoes … Continue reading

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Half A Liar

Oh Lovey-Dove, my only love, How far, how far, how far away You seem to me to be! Oh Lovey-Dove, my only love. I know: some taps on keys, Electric mysteries, Then online me, online you— I know all that … Continue reading

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