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Valentine Poem Essay

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Happy Valentine's!I'm here to bring you your Valentine's surprise.Come with metake my handgo with me to the crackling firestretch out beside it on the bear-skin rugand nestle your head into my ...view middle of the document...

youdimmed lightssweet fragrance in the airclassical musicthe sounds of ocean waves in the distancewarm lotionheated towelsmy angelic touchclose your eyesrelaxand trustand let beginwarming the lotioncaressing your facegently massagingpressing the magical pointsthat releasethe strain from your eyesthe pressure from your mindthe tightness from your mouththe tension in your jawsharsh sounds from your earsthe knots in your neckand the burden on your shouldersfeel good, dear heartmay you be filled with love, alwaysmy loveHappy Valentine's, Valentine

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