Encore (poem)

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Submitted: December 23, 2011

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A miraculous sensation it was

Wafting over me subconsciously

Upon each breath

Speech ceased to exist

Soft as an infant's cry,

Alluring as a blackened rose

A medley of passions danced

And within my chest

Further they blossomed

An irresistible lullaby

'Twas quite an electrifying stimulant

An addictive craving of which

One would have discovered

Long before its inception

An emotion of this caliber

Not even once had I felt

As fear had often been

the major adulterer

While I weeped upon

the grave of silence

Though now those days

Appear nonexistent

No longer do I scour

In words left unspoken

Care to cater to desire

You shall walk one fine wire

And along the trail

You shall sway

Dare I beseech a moan?

To reap what lies unknown

So that love may be heard

By the bay


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