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On waves of midnight blue –


AmyMichelleMosier

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On waves of midnight blue –
   We shoved off in the boat –
It mattered not where to –
   Anywhere at a casual knot.

We entered a world of darkness
   None but us could see –
One of two black firmaments
   Distinguished by a cool breeze –

And then, cradled by whitecaps –
   We kissed – you kept me warm.
That the hour was so late
   Was inconsequential.

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Hi Amy, Welcome to PMO.   This piece is quite romantic.  It is beautiful.  Looking forward to reading more. Arizona, bet it’s hot where you are. But this piece reminds me of the coast,  white caps, cool breeze.  Nice

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Hi, Tinker and thank you! I wrote this because of a date I had on a lake in Arizona. I worked at that lake and I took the boat out after hours. Tempe Town Lake...

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On 7/7/2024 at 8:46 AM, AmyMichelleMosier said:

On waves of midnight blue –
   We shoved off in the boat –
It mattered not where to –
   Anywhere at a casual knot.

We entered a world of darkness
   None but us could see –
One of two black firmaments
   Distinguished by a cool breeze –

And then, cradled by whitecaps –
   We kissed – you kept me warm.
That the hour was so late
   Was inconsequential.

This is very nice, and very simply told.

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