A Pleasant Breeze

Poem By Alizee Toson

With this enlivening breeze,
A thought of you enough to please.
Aroma of moments together spend,
Brings composure, all happiness it blend.
Sharing myself with thy presence,
Decreases disdain, enthusiasm enhance.
Wandering and gleaning glee at ease,
This pleasant breeze, enough to please.

Thy words and affection,
Like siesta, bizarrely elevated elation.
Purity of elapsed while, those memories bind,
May live longer and never be unconfined.
Enduring beauty will never cease,
This pleasant breeze, enough to please.

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