Photographic Telepathy

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A poem about summer rain. :)

Submitted: June 15, 2011

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Submitted: June 15, 2011



The eminent beauty of Mother Nature's aria of elation


Dawned in the wake of my brown eyes with passion


My ears hearkened the vague sound of thunder


Echoing from deep within the heart of the clouds


Tears began to cascade, splashing upon the earth


The moist caress of each drop kissed my lips with amour


A warm, compassionate smile spawned across my face


As the moon peaked just at the threshold of nightfall


While the sky continued to mourn in tumultuous frenzies


It was as if my virginity had been stolen in one swift motion


By a crooked but clever hijacker possessing remarkable skill


I must have fallen within a profound phantasm of true love


Without a care in the universe, I happily continued to revel within


A whirlwind of sensuous whispers emanating from this celestial paradise

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