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To A Mysterious Man

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To A Mysterious Man

You whisper sweet 'I love you’ to the virgin's ears.
While breathlessly saying her name, 
You caress your lover's face that bespoke innocence.
You comb her long black hair with your hands, 
And stare at the shining beauty that is in front of you, 

Her eyes that sparkle at the sight of you. 
Her luscious lips that challenge your resistance. 
Only you know the depth of her mysteries, 
Only you will be allowed to explore 
The delicate sweetness that she is. 

You know her, inside out. 
You would simply be too happy 
To oblige yourself to give her all, 
To give her everything you want her to have, 
And to feel. 
Everything she deserves, with all your best.

Her sweet shyness doesn't fail to arouse 
The boldness in you. 
Her subtle ways of making you know 
She wants to be with you, 
Has always been an exaggeration 
To your already weak defenses, 

The mere touch of her skin to your skin, 
Her smile that melts your whole being, 
The look of love your soul craves for each day, 

Her love you'll always cherish the rest of your lifetime.
Always you'll fight for her love. 
Always you'll keep in the deepest recesses of your heart.

A life without her love is not true, and full of doubt,
You've come full circle, you have her love. 

Her true and perfect love completes your existence.
But it's your love for her that fulfills her, 
A union of used-to be wandering hearts,
An end and a beginning for two souls,
All because of one true, forever, unconditional and perfect love,
You and your woman, together until the end of time.

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