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ETERNITY

Everytime our ways cross, 
This motive of mine could not be seen through my expressions, 
But look deeper into my eyes, 
They would show my heart beats with sweet sweet melodies, 
Within them where thoughts fall into hallucinations, 
Neon green orchids and violet wild flowers bloom along our pathways, 
butterflies of black and blue lead us through the aisle of purple grasses, 
And into the candle lighted altar of an endless love.

Whenever you come closer before me, 
Shyness conquers all of my soul, 
Tongue tied as if condemned to being mute, 
Not even a single letter of love could be spoken, 
But to whisper words of passion in the lemon scented wind, 
Perhaps its breeze might bring a message of love into your eyes, 
A love so pure yet innocent, 
Sweeter than red red roses, 
And i promise to love you all through eternity.

Every second is spent dreaming about you, 
Wishing to touch your face prettier than venus, 
Yet i do not have a cent to buy you gifts, 
But poems and lots of poems, 
Every word is written by my heart, 
Sentences are ended with burning desires, 
Between those lines are my real intensions, 
Love and burning passion, 
If you can read them someday, 
Perhaps you will love a poet madly in love with you, 
With a love so warm you never dreamt of, 
Beyond your wildest memory, 
The happiest woman on earth will be you.

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