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Yellow Dress

Yellow Dress I remember the bright yellow dress she wore that summer eve. It was like the color of fluorescent love shining so bright that night. A special moment in time past, I shall never forget. The windsblew softly as it whispered its tender cries of calm between us, while the breeze of freedom setupon us to run free. That night we sat upon an old couch on the back porch while having anintimate conversation about how I wanted her body soul and spirit. Her words where likeanimated life,…See More
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At Rest

"Strength of Your Love   The strength of love has profoundly changed my life forever. Blessed by the favor of your divine nature, I could never return to my formal state of being ordinary, contrary to what I felt in time past, your love is…"
May 27, 2014
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" I LOVED IT !"
May 27, 2014
stacy left a comment for Ron Britton
"Hello Dear, I will like to get acquainted with You, I have something Special to share with You, Contact me via email stacyndong@hotmail.comMiss Stacy"
Sep 29, 2013
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Hometown:
Spring Valley, CA San Diego
Currently Reside In: (City, State, Country)
Spring Valley, Ca USA
I'm a . . .
Writer, Performer
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http://www.noveltry.com
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None
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Yes
What You Need to Know About Me:
I'm a poet, author, mentor and teacher.

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Yellow Dress

Yellow Dress

 

I remember the bright yellow dress she wore that summer eve. It was like the color of fluorescent

 love shining so bright that night. A special moment in time past, I shall never forget. The winds

blew softly as it whispered its tender cries of calm between us, while the breeze of freedom set

upon us to run free. That night we sat upon an old couch on the back porch…

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Posted on July 28, 2016 at 10:02pm

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At 10:39pm on July 23, 2016, Mrs.Abiola Bawuah said…

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At 9:23am on September 29, 2013, stacy said…

Hello Dear, I will like to get acquainted with You, I have something Special to share with You, Contact me via email stacyndong@hotmail.com

Miss Stacy

 
 
 

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