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Singing A Gentle Romantic Tune

Sounds of soft winds, sing a romantic tune...
The winds softly whisper,
Singing a gentle romantic tune,
As dusty pink roses, bathed in dewdrops,
Leaving a pleasant fragrance,
In attune.

When the petals sway and unfold,
Into the tender breeze,
'Neath the lucent moon,
And the sky sparkle like diamonds,
Twinkling from above ... with ease.

Overlooking a refine emerald blanket,
Surrounded by sprinkles of white smooth pebbles,
Beside a lovely exotic tree,
On this playful summers night,
And it seems quite special.
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Published: 6/2/2014
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