Saturday, 12 October 2013



1. to hold (another person or thing) close or (of two people, etc.) to hold each other close, as for affection, comfort, or warmth; embrace; hug
2. (intr.) followed by “up” .  to curl or snuggle up into a comfortable or warm position
3. a close embrace, especially when prolonged

He still comes out
Despite the rain
But does not roam
Cuddling up instead
On a favourite cushion

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