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Their Time (poem)

Updated on June 12, 2016

They spared their kisses with another’s lips

Still winters found them in each other’s arms

Lost amidst another lover’s charms

While suffering the thrills of the eclipse


And while another’s dreams their kisses warms

They ride the verge where love so often slips

And while they quip another heart it rips

Which didn’t share their need to heed alarms


There lives a time before a kiss is born

A time when lovers questioned what will be

A question which a kiss can’t understand


While lovers' kisses rise to greet the morn

These two alone arise to ecstasy

Their time to hold all time within their hand


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      Deb Hirt 19 months ago from Stillwater, OK

      The beauty is, we really all do know when time stands still.