SAXON
by  Linda Cole


They blew in on a Spanish wind

His gypsie dark eyes

staring at her soul

As he slips inside her,

he makes her whole

The cold of the world seeps through their veins

She breathes his name

As two broken spirits,

damaged and lost

They see through each others eyes

As their lovemaking numbs the pain

For a life spent digging graves in the pouring rain.
About Linda Cole:
As a teenager Linda won many local prizes for poetry. This fueled her love of
poetry, resulting in a bottom draw filled with weird and wonderful poems.
She has an A level in English literature and is currently studying journalism.  
Linda is also working as a Freelance Writer.

Please visit Linda's site at
http://www.myspace.com/saxonbabysweet
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