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Midnight's Memoir

in Midnight's Memoir, there she wrote subtly — his universal thought. in an evening's burp, a tale of seclusion. as he began to rest, her night's in a quest. once, she started — the reality of their touch. he rushed, "maiden, art thou?" she then fell on forever's beat. a reality, she slept in his arms. morning roar, and moon beams. time before, a push for mid's wee. at night when he's unaware of woke, she'd tell his universal thought subtly. morning, she pours thousand attend, and his piece of shape delighted... she then wrote utterly mess, then his lover's quest slowly ends. once, she knew, the one is she, where she wrote her joy of thee. he said, "the universe— an infinity," it made her swam the next galaxy. "compare not to heart's beat of you," twirl is in her stomach's place, "me can go another life for thee, allow me to rest forever into thine heart, and a millennium of return cease not, for I to you made an unbreakable knot, that I, is for you, and you is for me, we shall seek an infinity," he carry on, and again, she slept from his sweet caress. morning, her heart's filled with felicity, and never did her fate she prophesy. night's smile woke her isolation, she kissed him the loveliest, and withdraw. she wrote the entirety of her universe, but brokenness filled her when bloodily... darkness ring as her tears come to fall. and her lifeless bee made no response, and she knew it was his eternal last. nothing consumes than her infinite cry, for she always knew, that he, the one, will love her as beginning and last. for a lifetime is insufficient of love, and to count the distance is his best. to travel infinity, and love with all sanity, her Midnight Memoir for thee, seeks endless pursuit.

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Date: 11/7/2022 6:59:00 AM
Thanks for sharing this, Kabayan. Welcome to Poetry Soup. I welcome you with the love of the Lord, expressed by John 3:16 of the Bible, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." God bless you.
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