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My Infatuated Desire

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My Infatuated Desire

From the day our eyes were locked in rays of glance
Love-sweats forms and drips fast-freely to a frenzied fall
As I hoped moment spares me a daring chance
To woo her, for I could but would awaits love’s alluring call
Whilst I reminisced the hazel eyes that I mirrored my blissful future
In my gallery of thought, I imagined what her name
Might be, the lass with an endowed beauty of nature,
Treasures of men I alleged her to be, as I felt the same,

The thought she had of me, I so deemed she could think the thought!
Consciously I wait as time travels and days fade into dates yet to come
My heart began to quiver for what my fear may have brought
A loneliness glittering in my lounge of fantasies, and some
Aging wrinkle patiently drawn on my artistic handsome face-
Still waiting while time busy pass me in a fast ridden pace.

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