Love Poem: Hearts and Souls Entwine
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Written by: Emile Pinet

Hearts and Souls Entwine

As dusk adopts a scarlet hue, cerise ribbons package the night. And an owl bids daylight adieu, silhouetted against last light. Our hearts hitch a ride to the moon, on the wings of a turtledove. And shining like a gold doubloon, Luna smiles down upon our love. Our spirits rise above the Earth, untethered from their mortal perch. And discover love's actual worth lies in the finding; not the search. We kiss below a blushing Mars, letting our hearts and souls entwine. And as the moon outshines the stars, golden beams crown my Valentine. (Quatrain) 2/8/2016