Take My Hand

Poem by: Tango

Summary

A lovers dream

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Submitted: January 27, 2007

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Submitted: January 27, 2007

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Take my Hand

Come take my hand,
together let us stroll'
down to lovers land.
Where tha air is warm, and the sky is blue,
and the birds seem to be singing.
I love you.
We can picnic in the shade,
of an old giant tree,
kiss, and cuddle, just you, and me.
Go to the beach, and walk in the sand,
splash in the waves, hand, in hand.
Buy one giant ice cream, which together we lick,
while watching a boy with his dog,
throwing a stick.
Watch as the day as it turns into night,
arm in arms, gaze at the stars,
what a wonderous sight.
Dine with candles, in the glow of the moon,
as I feed you tit bits, from my spoon.
Then go home, and close the door,
take off our clothes, and make sensuous love,
until together, we burst through ecstacys door.
So take my hand, and squeeze it tight,
for then we can travel,
to anywhere we like.

 

Tango


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