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JOYANNE ODONNELL : The Lake House
JOYANNE ODONNELL : Moon Twinkle

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The Lake House 

I use to stay at this lake house to escape the city To feel the charm of the lakes water flowing dreaming and resting where beauty retains life when my boyfriend would say to me its quiet here no one can here us making silent love feeling our best one with nature like two stars bursting free on the lakes waves twinkling time still.

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JOYANNE ODONNELL
Moon Twinkle 

The spark of the moon glistens like a lit candle warm like gentle love when the owls hoot nightingales romance whispering songs of star kisses so strong so hot beautiful nights dynasty.

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