COMMUNITY POEM

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    Oct 21, 2009 4:30 AM GMT
    Simply add your one liner to the poem to keep it going. No more than one sentence at a time and you may not post back to back. Easy right? This should be fun.








    "We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn"
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    Oct 21, 2009 4:39 AM GMT



    "We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn"
    "And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on."
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    Oct 21, 2009 6:50 AM GMT
    "We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    "And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on."
    "Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us."
    "I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once."
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    Oct 21, 2009 7:17 AM GMT
    "We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on."
    Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us.
    I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once.
    A moment, ineffable, wishing our light from beyond the veil to speak.
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    Oct 21, 2009 2:58 PM GMT
    We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on.
    Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us.
    I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once.
    A moment, ineffable, wishing our light from beyond the veil to speak.
    Being together things happen ever so quick that all other options are meak.
    Winds wash away unspoken words you can read in star-bathed lovers' eyes
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    Oct 21, 2009 9:04 PM GMT

    We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on.
    Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us.
    I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once.
    A moment, ineffable, wishing our light from beyond the veil to speak.
    Being together things happen ever so quick that all other options are meak.
    Winds wash away unspoken words you can read in star-bathed lovers' eyes
    Only i know your touch and soft spoken words, "oh world I sympathise!"
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    Oct 21, 2009 9:07 PM GMT
    We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on.
    Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us.
    I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once.
    A moment, ineffable, wishing our light from beyond the veil to speak.
    Being together things happen ever so quick that all other options are meak.
    Winds wash away unspoken words you can read in star-bathed lovers' eyes
    Read, like those few spoken words which have become etched into our minds, our hearts,
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    Oct 22, 2009 1:01 AM GMT



    "We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on.
    Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us.
    I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once.
    A moment, ineffable, wishing our light from beyond the veil to speak.
    Being together things happen ever so quick that all other options are meak.
    Winds wash away unspoken words you can read in star-bathed lovers' eyes
    Read, like those few spoken words which have become etched into our minds, our hearts,"
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    Oct 24, 2009 5:22 AM GMT
    keep it going, guys!
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    Oct 26, 2009 7:27 PM GMT
    hey...mine was cut.! ouch
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    Oct 26, 2009 8:41 PM GMT
    We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on.
    Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us.
    I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once.
    A moment, ineffable, wishing our light from beyond the veil to speak.
    Being together things happen ever so quick that all other options are meak.
    Winds wash away unspoken words you can read in star-bathed lovers' eyes
    Read, like those few spoken words which have become etched into our minds, our hearts,
    Only i know your touch and soft spoken words, "oh world I sympathise!"



    Now nobody is cut.
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    Aug 09, 2010 12:12 PM GMT
    We spark the night, under a bed of ominous stratocumulus, waiting for dawn
    And in our sure embrace, our breathing, quiet, as the night moves on.
    Receding tide tugs towards the horizon as sand collapsed beneath us.
    I sing onto Orion's belt, a breath of life, and a chill collides as if only once.
    A moment, ineffable, wishing our light from beyond the veil to speak.
    Being together things happen ever so quick that all other options are meak.
    Winds wash away unspoken words you can read in star-bathed lovers' eyes
    Read, like those few spoken words which have become etched into our minds, our hearts,
    Only i know your touch and soft spoken words, "oh world I sympathise!"

    ...but not the moon, who's roaring, morning tides come crash apart.."