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The Enchantress
by William Smith

She enchanted me when we were young.
Her voice haunted my dreams; a glance
From her eyes caused me to weaken.
The touch of her hand on mine made
My head swim with delight.

This was forty years ago, and to this day
I still remember how she laughed, no
Matter how silly were my little jokes.
She still laughs at my jokes, and shares
My bed, for forty years ago, we wed.

William (Bill) Smith
ERAU, 30 October 2007

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