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LAVINA, by            
First Line: Where rippling waters curl around
Last Line: And she is kind again.


Where rippling waters curl around
Moss-covered stones in woodland glade
Lavina bathes her fairy self
And, grim,
Resists my wish to aid.

Along the curving tree-draped shore
We romp and shout with noisy glee
Until her wish for fighting's o'er.
She runs,
And then is kind to me.

Then sunlight flecks her springing breasts,
Taut curves, that rollick through my brain,
My head on Nature's pillow rests.
We laugh,
And she is kind again.





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