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Poem: Gentle Touch

Updated on August 20, 2011









Gentle Touch
By Ben Patridge
For my wife Tamera

Fateful winds cleans a soiled soul
Somewhere beneath the shadow, A call
A theorem ratified
A decadent memory of crystal waves
Electricity, calms a heart ladened
As behind eyes soothing I realize
I’m yours.

Tomorrow’s arms extend to no end
Unsure, hopeful, wanting anew
The path of regret curves behind
A distant memory of the unclear
The unsaid.

Thankful for the moment
A treasure buried deep along
Coastal sands
As your memory, your heart speaks
Communicating my dreams
The succulent breeze
Spoken by gentle hands

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      Binaya.Ghimire 5 years ago

      very touching, I can feel the emotions.

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      lostwithinmyself 5 years ago

      Such a lovely poem!

      voted up!

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      magic8ball 5 years ago from Beaverton, OR

      Thank you very much for your comments. It means a lot to me.

      And yes that is us in the photo :-)

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