May 24, 2010
By catylynn BRONZE, Diamond Bar, California
catylynn BRONZE, Diamond Bar, California
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Night kisses cheek with icy breath,

hearts racing to become one.
Embrace frigid air with open arms,

toes curled in blissful anticipation.
A wave goodbye forgotten in cold,

a fog lighting the way forward.
Away from the twilight lover it leads,

a touch of blue the fading impression.
Warmth bleeds into the new wound,

scarf like salt to an infection.
One last hint of the wintry night,

until I am

alone in the


The author's comments:
I do my strangest thinking at night.

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