The Dawn Of Us.

Poem By Benjamin Sorvel

It was our first night alone together.

She's so beautiful she makes my eyes wipe themselves.

As we sat there on the pier, after an entire night, it was as if the sun rose for us.

An overwhelming sense of dawning surrounded us.

Little did we know;

It was the dawn of the best time of our lives.

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