As Often As None

Poem By O.S. Brooks

So we met
Small town outside of mason
Quaint room for two
Satin sheets, the color red
Bottle of mellow mood

So we met
Small town outside of mason
Curtains closed to looking eyes
Music slowly spinning vibes
Silent slumber till sunrise

So we met
Small town outside of mason
Waking in eachothers arms
Sun-kissed, soft lips
Drifting through each others hearts

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A nice poem! Simple and sweet!


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