Pourman's Library by Scott Lance

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"Pourman's Library-Pourman represents a bartender, a coffee server, a direction. Library represents a place of study, adventure, character. Together Pourman's Library becomes a destination. Have you ever been here? It is an awesome place
Scott Lance
A beautiful figure appears on the stage, a spotlight directed around her-only around her. Music is heard from the orchestra, unseen, with brass, strings, and a voice-a soft voice. A breeze surrounds the young man watching, smiling, now thinking. He thinks of what ifs, where's, and why's. This lady, in my dreams for as long as I can remember, could never be mine, but now she dances. Are we sharing the same dream?
Touching an electric fence and meeting a climatic point gives you the same sensation; a light tingling feeling throughout your body, an alarming, awakening, mild explosion coming from the flesh, within the flesh.
A young man follows his instincts through a quaint little house located on the edge of a small town. His feet barely lift from the floor as he takes one step at a time with a gentle pace. He turns to his right and notices a sharp light from beneath a door-the room at the end of the hallway and to the left, ""her bedroom ""
Holding tightly to the flesh We play each other's hand.Holding tightly to the fleshDoing because we can.Melting with each other's touchWe become as one.Melting with each other's touchInto our own one sun.Fingers clawing at our needWe become spell-bounded.Fingers pressing at our needWe become well-rounded.Hold me closeClose into me.Hold me closeAs one we will be.Love me strongLet me feel your pain.'tis right, not wrongAllow the sky to rain.
Power Between UsLight My Fire within a Purple Haze and together; just like Me and Bobby McGhee, we shall become Riders on the Storm, Breaking Through to the Other Side."
 

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Published December 11, 2003 by iUniverse. 103 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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