Publication date : January 17, 2016
Language : English
File size : 364 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
X-Ray : Not Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 139 pages
Page numbers source ISBN : 172891843X
Lending : Not Enabled
Kindle Price: $7.00
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Note: This book has explicit content. Adult Novel NOT A BOOK FOR CHILDREN.
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Copper Chestnut: A poem by Herbert L Hilliard, expressing his love and admiration for a woman named Copper Chestnut. The poem describes her as a source of strength, happiness, and inspiration for him. Let’s Read!
Copper Chestnut is the clarity of correctness. Copper Chestnut is the engagement of unspoiled delivery. I know this to be true whenever I think of her. I am strong when I am in Copper Chestnut’s arms firm embrace. I respect and admire Copper Chestnut.
I find myself in the comfort of Copper Chestnut’s eyes when I have gone astray. The dark matter of the universe that sustains me is Copper Chestnut’s name. Copper Chestnut is the dark energy of the heavens who nourish me. I know that what I am saying is genuine when I press my lips to Copper Chestnut lips.
Building and keeping are salient and a meaningful relationship is a hope and the goal of every couple. A sincere heart is needed to do this successfully, along with love, patience, forgiveness, trust, mutual respect, and understanding. Both parties should agree on a shared sense of purpose and direction and follow it.
Relational difficulties occur because two unique and different personalities are trying to forge a single bond. Copper Chestnut and I understand that we cannot understand everything about each other. We accept one another as we are. All I need to do is cradle bliss. Copper Chestnut is utopian bliss at its most exquisite, and I adore her.
When Copper Chestnut gazes into my eyes, Copper Chestnut is looking into paradise, for in my eyes is Copper Chestnut’s reflection. My happiness does not come from Copper Chestnut. Copper Chestnut is my happiness. I am captivated by Copper Chestnut, and I thrive in it.
Copper Chestnut and I communicate to one another through our life energies, and what we say to each other is the substance of infinite vitality. I revere Copper Chestnut, and I let her know it.