Cupid's Love

April 9, 2009
By Rachel Cannell BRONZE, Shanghai, Other
Rachel Cannell BRONZE, Shanghai, Other
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Like two vines that grow so closely entwined,
He drew me close only but to embrace.
We thus rest attentively, face to face,
Our two hearts now intimately confined.

While he drew us securely together
He tenderly placed his lips on mine.
His dazzling eyes did twinkle and shine
As they blazed through my essence like fire.

Cuddling together, our bodies had been drawn,
Wonderfully pure, blissful and alike.
'Twas because of Cupid's arrows deep strike,
We resided there awaiting the dawn.

Two hearts, unanimously, now entwined.
The vines of our spirits by us are signed.


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