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A proposal by a man to his lady. Only she can excite love in him, and he thinks the basis of her acceptance of him must be the happiness he brings to her life.
We are all born angels but gradually grow
A few of us though do angels remain,
And you, golden you, are the like of them:
You whom Paradise led me to
And who leads me each day to Paradise;
Whom Fortune fished from my dreams to
lay by my side...
If you wish me love, wish me you,
And if I should make you happy, make me
Then for a day you’ll be my bride
And forever my pride.
And side by side with hearts, sweat, & tears
We’ll each day labour at the one wheel
By whose fateful spins our home shall be
Towards glowing destinies atop golden hills
That Heaven wills as our dwelling place.
Copyright © Agona Apell | Year Posted 2015
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