***lavender Fileds***

Poem By Theodora (Theo) Onken

Running free with your heartbeat -
Running away from the bad dreams -

Embraced in your sweet arms -
Come Rose dropp Kisses -
Flowing in billowing streams.

Lavender Fields of our desire -
Running with you, throughout time -
The passion-filled moments spent -
In Our: 'Most heavenly Climb'

Never one to be sentimental -
But your romance, it took my hand -
And it led me towards:
'True Loves Most Eternal Land'

Once, i was running on empty -
Once, running away, in sheer vain -
Now that i have you beside me -
Gone is all emptimess and pain.

Roses and Lavender breeze -
Dreams weave, their very own way -
Together, we are:
'Forever'
Alone, in Lavender Fields, we now lay.

Comments about ***lavender Fileds***

This is nice, Theo..soothing to my ears and haunting my imaginations..lovely, jusy lovely..i hope i can make a piece like this, but i guess, only you can make justice to this..how are you? i miss your letters to me hugs, Meggie


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