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Contagious Love
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  "I do love her for her half-moon smile-
Which makes me really mad for a while."
When she neared, and felt his presence-
He was speechless to smell the essence!
And murmured: " I am thine and you are mine".
She felt the innermost incense of his sanctuary-
Like the moon beams kiss the lovers on an estuary!
The heaven allowed him to think and slowly to speak-
A few numbers through the night and the starlit meek.
Then nymph of a downward smile and a sidelong glance-
Was wandering with unspoken joy, drenched in trance.
By this she knew that he loves her through waking eyes -
And was called into his lap to hear with cute surprise!
" I truly admire you for your subtle dignity-
And will cherish your Love through eternity"!! 
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14-Feb-2002
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