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Forbidden Lovers"Forbidden Lovers"By: Ulrich J Edelstein+The sadistic reptile appears besides the wolf's side.Without making a sound,It silently slithers up its hind legsAnd slowly coils around its waist.+The wolf realizes it is the snake jabbing at his sides.And he whimpers an appeal for clemency.The snake toys with the wolf's emotionsAnd this pierces the wolf's skin beneath its thick fur.+He knows that him and the snake can never be anything more.For they are incompatible characters of Nature.Many would frown upon the species adopting blasphemous monstrosities.It would be against the purest of life.+The forbidden lovers disperse into divergent terrains.They choose different trails in different divisions of the world.The snake lives as if his path and the wolf's never crossed.And the wolf lives unhappily all alone in the caves of the murky mountains.
Good Night"Good Night"By: Ulrich J Edelstein-The ocean blues swish underneath the moonlightWhile the fire crystals dance throughout the night.The crickets create romantic passion and bliss.And the flesh unite together with the spark of a kiss.-The crickets lighten the music and the fire crackles die.The waves crash upon the shore and the wind lets out a cry.The drums of the sky start to pound.And clear diamonds pour onto the ground.-The brisk of the heat calms its pace.And the droplets run down the tent in a swift race.The burning star in the distance rises above the extensive blue.The sexual pleasures, sit upon the blazing, golden quartz, and admire the essence of nature from their view.