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Priest Lake Lovers

  • Priest Lake Lovers


    We slip away onto the lake

    Into the night.

    Her blonde hair shimmers softly

    In the moonlight.


    Her hand slides into mine;

    I squeeze back gently.

    We're making a passage

    Not taken lightly.


    Our fingers intertwine;

    Her tender touch warms my heart.

    Life couldn't be more complete;

    Nothing will pull us apart.


    Together now fifty years;

    I follow her light.

    Her grey hair shimmers softly

    In the moonlight.


    In Priest Lake Lovers, Terry Robinson, Idaho Writers League 2017 Poet of the Year, tells the story of his half-century love affair with Priest Lake, Idaho, through a collection of timeless poems paired with a local photographers' pictures of the Lake and from the Priest Lake Museum collection. If you have yet to visit Priest Lake, or it has been a while, this book will leave you wanting to make your way there soon. Priest Lake's frequent visitors will be reminded how fortunate they are to be a part of life in North Idaho.

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