"A Riverstreet Rendezvous"
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"That day in the park, our first time
my changing world leaped!
Then..your amazing eyes met mine.


I was lost without a doubt. I was taken!
There was no mistakin'
what I was see'n should be mine.


There, under the massive moss covered oaks
park benches all 'round my heart already yours
without apprehension, I gave to you again without pretention.

I felt your feminine softness as your hand clasped tightly to mine.
I felt my heart leave me to be with you..in your heart and mind
as my world so wound up and lost was suddenly again ...found!

Later, we held hands under a Riverstreet table
like two teenagers sharin' wanton looks
wantin' each other but at the time unable.

Our goodbye was so hard. I didn't wanna go!
I didn't wanna lose sight of my baby's pretty face
and go back to where I didn't belong; here in this place.

And now, this "us", the "you and me" jus' get older
still holdin' on..still wantin' each other
knowin' without the other why bother when there is none other."

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gawalkman commented on Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012 at 16:58 PM

Teapotter,

Your imagery is superb! I could see the two in my mind as I was reading it.

Wonderful poetry.

Teapotter commented on Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012 at 17:17 PM

Thanks Walkie!


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