Short Story: I'd Spoon You

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I'd spoon you

in myself

on the

bed

that we would

lie

you covered

with the warm

fluff of my thoughts

with a calm smile

on your soul

fulfilled

in

the blink of an eye

we are so near

wish

wish upon

a rainbow that

there is a day we met

a simple ordinary day

nothing special

no birds

singing

like

London

Orchestra

no people like in

New Year's Eve joy

just the two of us

the perfect

connection

no rush

no

worries

a perfect circle

of me and you spooned

in me on the bed

that we

would

lie

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Victor Smith said "I've just found this in the same way as Jay. I enjoyed it very much, especially as it was free, and most of us here seem to write in rhyme and metre. Thanks."
1 year ago
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Bartlomiej Bania replied saying "That was my intention to shape it like a wave. Appreciate your comments about my work. I'll return to short stories. Thanks."
1 year ago
Dianne Ness said "Lovely...."
2 years ago
Diane Dickson Guest Editor said "Very sweet and gentle and romantic - Lovely - diane"
3 years ago
Bartlomiej Bania replied saying "thank you for the comment :)"
3 years ago

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