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The Handkerchief

 Hear, dear, for I lost hope.


It took quite a while before I found the love so long desired. So magnificent yet vulnerable. As last I caught it and never will I let go. But hearken now, my heart grew weary.


I was alone and desperate. No friends to share my skit with, no lover to cuddle and flatter. I walked miles and traveled a far to find the missing piece. When at last all hopes flew, I gave up my last defense. I gave up in love. At my weakest, you found me, surprised as ever. You renewed my spirit and made my veins alive again. The love so magical, too sublime to be true. You made me chuckle in wondrous ways. You see love, you are so perfect that I can no longer believe. Your devotion drowns me that I no longer can breathe. Tell me what spell you've used to crush all of my strongholds. I fancy you more than ever, more than my soul and my dreams. Your scent haunts me day and night; your face is what I seek from time to time. I am so consumed that I can't go on living without you by my side.


Now things have been pretty melancholic. I am troubled by chances of you leaving me. What thorny path will I undertake to find you again? How shattered would I become when I lose the one I love the most? Will you find your way home again? To the sunrise we hoped to witness? To the future we sought to foresee? To my loving arms? If circumstances are still on our favor, will you stay with me? Stay 'til I run out of air to breathe and strength to live?


Hearken my love and lend me peace.


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