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Letter To You 2
I look to the heavens, expecting
To see stars and the night’s sky;
But I see only you, ever-present
In the cool evening firmament.
A deep breath, I close my eyes.
The ocean soothes my weary ears
With its low and gentle voice.
The waves speak in vain, though,
It is you I would rather listen to.
Your smell is the sweetest perfume;
Its fragrance is a hand that caresses,
Calms, drawing me closer and
Receiving me by your side.
Your earthen-colored auburn hair invites me,
with tender notions of succor and ease,
To remain, and adore.
Your eyes; deep pools of affection and
warmth that tend to wounded hearts
with the care a gentle mother gives to her
small newborn child.
It is with you I could spend my hours.
Talking, listening, watching with no single
moment lacking captivation or loving-sentiment,
and no single moment being wasted.