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Share Her Bed (poem)

Updated on November 6, 2015

What fragrant folly grasps upon a heart

Who patiently perceives to share your bed

With joyous jasmine running round this head

While closely clutching arms can never part


What music made for lovers has now spread

Who carefree calls to kiss the moment’s start

With flavored fantasy to create art

While waves of wasted worries will be shed


Yet still through shades of darkness I must pass

The hapless hopes that saw me though a day


Something still clings to shards of broken glass

Of laughing lies of life that bids me stay


Soft soul so longs to frolic in your grass

This listless life from you can’t bar my way



( clue - snoring)


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