The Tender Night

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

Fragile in the tender night,
I want to kiss you in the moonlight,
Gently speak your name as you softly gaze
Into a romantic candle’s flickering flame,
Make you feel like nothing is more important
Than your sacred heartbeats…

I am in love with you
And I want us to wander
Through the exciting city
Of amorous breaths and dreams
Until we are entangled
Inseparably with happiness.

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