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Oct 2016
We greet Selene,
As we walk, you and me,
Alone together under the light,
And I bid you,
A solemn

No breath,
In my nose,
Held as one,
Anticipation of tender union,

I greet you, full of misery,
For Apollo's first greeting was only to me,
Well, I know he greeted you too
But in total, of greetings, there were two

You aren't mine,
Nor am I thine,
And until that time,
tho first the sun may stop its shine,
I will always treasure,
Our bitter-sweet nights together,

Of no breaths,
In my nose,
Held as one,
As I wait,
To have Apollo's greetings to us be one.
John-Paul Richard
Written by
John-Paul Richard  USA
   Morgan Kelly
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