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Secret Connection

How blissful is this 'relationship' for you?
What are the intentions of the emotions you put out when you call me boo?
To me...you're a fantasized ideal queen that every Knight dreams of,
You're the very physical essence of what an Angel would be if it came from above.

At first this was a physical attraction but I want you to believe I lust now for what I
believe is mine,
Not much time has gone by but even you have noticed the connection between us could very
well be a sign.
You have the qualities and uniqueness of a woman I've been waiting for,
You have the ambition of a strong woman and that's something I adore.

I see our attraction in my dreams and also in my nightmares,
That's the reason when I get around you I often start to stare.
Though at first it was sexual then later became emotional,
But will we always live a secret life or just become spiritual?

I can't read minds but your eyes and actions tell a lot,
My words are more of curiosity and missing a link than some thought out plot.
I ask of you to tell me are we suppose to be happy in the shadows like my dreams,
Or is the worse yet to come as we split apart like my nightmare scenes.

Honestly sweetheart I'm satisfied with this life of passion,
As The Law of The Universe states...actions equals reaction.
At this moment reminisce when we experienced our first kiss,
Now imagine yourself experiencing a long run of such a passionate bliss...

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