The Two Lovers

October 8, 2010
By Mekkito BRONZE, Gales Ferry, Connecticut
Mekkito BRONZE, Gales Ferry, Connecticut
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Favorite Quote:
Why spend life waiting for the sun when you can dance in the rain

Two lovers sit and stare
Lost in each other’s eyes
The wind blowing in their hair
Never wanting love to die

They fell for each other
In a happy bliss
Love never to be smothered
And to always Co-Exist

They share a gentle kiss
Sitting in the sand
Always gonna miss
Being hand in hand

He reaches into his pocket
And pulls out a gold ring
He drops to one knee
And her heart starts to sing

He says “Will you marry me?”
Her heart skips a beat
It jumps out of her chest
As she says---

The author's comments:
This piece is a poem about two people who fall in love and ended up on a beach where the boy proposes to the girl, and it's a bit of a cliff hanger from then on

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