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A Private Place
by Philip G Bell
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  So you think you are alone
Young lovers, oblivious to your surround
Wrapped in each others arms
Your passion gaining with time

So you think you are alone
You chose this place because of that
And yet you do not realize
My presence

So you think you are alone
I watched you lay the blanket down
And settle yourself lost
In each other

So you think you are alone
To that extent that your ardor
Has exploded into such personal ecstasy
That even I am nearly moved

So you think you are alone
I wonder if you would have gone this far
If you had really known
I was watching

So you think you are alone
Even when that brief after moment
Of unexpected guilt and hurried dressing
Yes I saw

So you think you are alone
As you smooth your attire
And prepare to leave
My place

You thought you were alone
In this forest place, my home
Where I have stood for many a year
Just me, a tree.
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February 26, 2006
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