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    dots Submission Name: Enamoured Worlds of The Blithe and Reckless Heartdots
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    Author: col13x
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    dotsEnamoured Worlds of The Blithe and Reckless Heartdots
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    The Enamoured Worlds of The Blithe and Reckless Heart

    “Kiss.” She said
    we kissed long deep kisses
    sighs of breathing wrapping phantasms around us
    of womanhood of manhood
    Isis smiled “such a sweet doom to be talked to so.”

    “Have you any secrets ?” she asked
    “Only one.” I said
    “And which one is that ?” she asked
    “I can’t,” I said, “its an enigma.”

    She laughed then
    warm air and hot sun blew our bodies through our hair
    like autumn leaves we fell we fell for each other like autumn leaves
    just as we had fallen in the summer with sky painted sun

    Looking at her I thought of winter
    trying to look like a snowflake and kiss her
    she shivered clever girl
    smiling looking like a Daffodil




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