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A Lovers' Waltz
Your voice plays a melody that sings to me.
In tune, I hear you; body, mind, and soul,
Your composition only I can see.
The rich tones sink in and make me feel whole .
Your eyes, alight, dance to our lover’s waltz,
Brown sways and melts into love’s deep blue.
Never to trade a dance and kill this pulse,
All night, past dawn, though time without adieu.
Your touch is warmth and sun on winter skin.
You melt my frigid ice and blush me hot,
Blood burns ‘neath skin; once thick, now thin.
You leave me breathless; love: my only thought.
You hold my heart, my thoughts, my wishes, my dove;
You drive my pulse, my breath, my will, my love.