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My wife--my love, you have stolen my heart, and I can never truely express that

Braided Souls

© Allen Ashburn

Souls braid to a single heart
Welds the seam, of the two we used to be
Hands held tenaciously
Dreams mesh in harmony
Tantalizing beauty
Lost in those eyes
Of blazing bronze
Leaves’ of autumn full of envy
Passion glazed lips
Love’s honeyed nectar,
Candies your kiss
Impassioned pulse,
An ardent serenade of feverish delight
This whetted appetite
Craves that elixir of your sweat
Beaded upon your perfumed neck
Intoxicating images,
Dancing in my mind
Yesterday’s dreams,
Tomorrow’s fantasy
Today’s reality
Heartstrings gently strummed
Declares this delicious song
Overflowing the wellspring
Of devoted Love!

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Published: 1/8/2013

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

- Aristotle