side two.

side two. a poem by sandra.

Hello, my dears. If you have not read it and are so inclined, here is side one. Below, the flip side.

side two.
I vowed I would never fall in love again.
The ruins of my heart needed time to mend.
Still, came the day I both wanted and feared
Mountains of hurt magically disappeared.
Finally, memories of my past faded.
Hope dethroned my pain, soul no longer jaded.
I strayed from the lonely path I had chosen –
The promise I made to myself was broken

You were the miracle I dreamt of.
You taught me how to believe in love.
Your words touched me like nothing before,
And the sound of your voice, I adored.
I craved your mouth, I wanted your kiss.
And you gave it to me – pure, sweet bliss.
Then you smiled and put your hand in mine,
And I felt beautiful for the first time.
swish.

 

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About what sandra thinks

Sandra began writing when she was a sixth grader. She is a teller of stories through poetry, fiction, and tales from her own life. And she thinks too much. Read, think, enjoy, laugh.
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4 Responses to side two.

  1. Awesome! Sweet and sexy!

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