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Under the veil of sunlight,
on a park bench we sat and
as we listened to the water
lap upon the shore,
you kissed me.
And time stood still in a
shimmering moment we both
felt deep within our souls
with your hands cupping my face
you looked intently in my eyes,
your eyes crinkling in the corners
from your pleased smile.
And when you said,
"I could be kissing you like this until
you are a hundred years old,"
my heart soared and I knew
I was in love with you…I fell.
And I'll stay in love with you
until I'm 100 and beyond
if you promise to always
kiss me this way.

K. Tate Jacoby
Copyright  April 1, 2016


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