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He Touched Me
by Maria Reed-Shore
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  He touched me
When I awoke
I felt his hands
Upon my limbs
Touched in my dreams
I still feel him
He touched me
As though to assure me of his love
I was confused the night before
Not knowing what he felt
Now that he was gone
But
When he touched me
It needed no words
His love was felt and I knew
His promise of eternal love
Was true
How could I have doubted him
He touched me
And then I knew
He loved me more than I'd ever known. 
May 16 ,2013
More by :  Maria Reed-Shore
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Poem Comment Thank you for reading and responding I appreciate your kind response...and advice.

Maria Shore
Maria Reed-Shore
05/18/2013
Poem Comment Confusion should be removed between love and love partner.Then we may fully able to know our companion.Nice composition.
Nathmal Sharma
05/17/2013








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