Lullaby

Poem By Eric Paeplow

Lost in our embrace
We dance away the night
Where lullabies play
And echo through
The liquid embers of our minds
Wrapped within their intimacy
Where we gently sway
And bow before kings and queens
As the fragrant smell of flowers
Surround you with sweet confetti
As though you were bathed in blossoms
And stood in pedals
Piled high around your feet
While we dance to the music
Lost in our embrace
Our souls became one
As we lay
Lost in each others eyes

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