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A free verse list of some of my favorite things to experience. It is written in free verse in lower case and nearly no punctuation - no periods intentional. You will note in two different verses, the remainder of a line ends in the first line of the next verse; something I enjoy doing at times.
rare true love...
dreams born into seasons of desire
warm hugs and sipping tea alone with him
quietly making cherished, savouring memories
a gentle breeze tickling noses
as kisses are shared
crisp night air as the approaching
sunset adorns the sky
a calm, tranquil song the ocean
whispers in darkness
the wind and waves performing patterns
of conversation while the morning sun
is restless to awaken
birds flying above the silent sky
dreams of adventure together
the ocean kissing perfect moonlit breezes
feeling a lazy brook
ripple between my toes
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