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    dots Submission Name: In Your Armsdots
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    Author: LenneMitsuki
    ASL Info:    16, Female, Georgia
    Elite Ratio:    0.48 - 0/0/8
    Words: 134
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
    Total Views: 661
    Average Vote:    5.0000
    Bytes: 897



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    dotsIn Your Armsdots
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    Resting peacefully within your arms,
    Wishing for time to stop completely.
    Not wanting to move an inch from
    Your warm and protective embrace.

    Gazing into your intense stare,
    Wondering what you're thinking.
    Entranced by the loving look you
    Have just for me.

    Listening to the beating of your heart,
    Knowing that it's mine to keep forever.
    Fearing though that you might take
    It back and give it to someone else.

    Living in the moments I spend with you,
    Never wanting them to end.
    What I wouldn't give to spend eternity
    Held closely to you and never let go.

    Closing out the fears of the far away future,
    Settling back into your comforting warmth.
    Focusing on the love I have for you and
    The strength of my will to keep you.




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