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They Would
by   Wrigley

Under the mighty moon,
on a warm spring night
strolling, with a million stars
as backdrop, and the palm trees
swaying to nature's rhythm,
a beam of light stretched before us,
or was that you and me 
gorging the night air
with the light in our eyes?

I can't tell if we were joined 
by other lovers, who, no doubt,
follow desire into morning, 
to discover the wink of the sun
amazed at the endurance enfolding an eternal kiss.

Perhaps we were left to our own oblivion,
and that is well;
because they would enviably 
address each other and say,
"do you love me like that?"

Poem ID: 12777   Poem Posted: 3/28/1999
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