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Today I made a converse with the universe I stared at her beauty and felt guilty That I'd never had told Of how beautiful you are The grandeur of the universe reminded me of your resplendence The universe said, "Who is the fairest of them all?" I smiled with so great a sense of humor Cos in that very instance Your name came calling; Someone who was more splendid Than mother earth herself The universe objected: "My sun lighten up the world" I objected and said "But not as much as her smiles does my heart" Her smile can lighten an empire Casting no shadows along its path "What about sky, the blueness thereof?" I simply reply of your shiny bright eyes Told her of the white bright clearness That no crystal in all the universe Can nearly compare The universe kept on her nags: You can not compare her to the stars of the sky. Oh she glows in the dark Like stars of the night But all your stars combined Could not so brighten your world As this single star doth lighten mine "Only an angel can befit your description" The universe said, completely daunted I humbly riposte That no angel above was endowed like thee That If you were one Then you the queen of them all ~ Acme

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