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LITTLE RED BOOK : 6 POEMS

 
 
(i)
Everlasting note
girlish shoulders
 hushed
pale & hidden
  subside.
 
 
(ii)
Precious heart
kissed every weakness
eyes answered eyes.
 
(iii)
Mignonette
her love-letter
fills the place
again.
 
(iv)
Dawn mother
 accustomed to Love
smiled at God
we prayed.
 
(v)
Soul-play
earthly favours
 spoke of praise.
 
(vi)
Golden limbs
sunshine and jungfrau 
that sweet content
remembered.
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(Written in June 2011, i enjoyed playing with/ rewriting these poems over a period of almost 2 hours tonight - 19 feb. 2013)
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  1. For some reason some lines have been emphasised in black. This is not my doing. No differentiation intended.

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