Article Title:Circles and Crosses
Category:NZ Writing
Author or Credit:Zachary
Published on:9th September 2007 - 10:48 pm
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Story ID:4903
Text:Circles and Crosses I long for the reply             That turns two hours                         Into an eternity I long for last night             Once more,                         And forever. The moment that consumes me             When you made your release                         And I loved you                         And I never did. And I want to sleep;             Our bodies entwined, And I close my eyes                         On last night. I feel warmth in you             From your body                         Your arms,                                     And legs. Am I alone?             In the way I feel…             Alone?                         In the way I felt                         Last night. Am I alone? I long to return             To the world beneath your sheets; Where two hours turns                         Into an eternity             And in your arms                                     I sleep       Zachary - 9th September 2007
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