The Black & White Poet

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Healing Kiss

The music played,
Way out of tune.
Upon everything silent,
That crept the room.

Jack's in the box,
Scared to come out.
Steel made locks,
Silent shouts.

Broken glass,
Upon wood floor.
Someone creaking,
Upon thick door.

A glow of what?
Began to fill,
The heart that once-
Had been; killed.
Past thrilled.
Over chilled.

... The music began to play with tune,
Mysterious glow filled the room.
The heart breathed of fresh mist,
On the lips -kissed- o'so sweetly.
Heart healed... completely.

~DaYnA e.4/15/03

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