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In perhaps the greatest pursuit of your heart,
I have yet to only start.
For I would love to show you,
That I would just love to know you.
To stand in the light around you,
And breathe the air that surrounds you.
For you I would chase madly into the wind.
Over backward, if asked I would bend.
Because it is , for you that I yearn.
For surely one taste of your lips would soothe the burn.
So into the sun and burning heat.
Across deserts, just to lay my heart at your feet.
It is true that I would move mountains,
To come and drink in your love that is fountains.
So that I would no longer thirst.
To love you so much that the heart would burst.
Crossing rivers and even across an ocean.
If that is what it took to feel this emotion.
For my only driving force is to obtain your heart.
So that we would be one, and never be apart.