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My heart-beat drums of love and charm. O' hear the voice of love that sings a sweet song. Listen to the songbird's *dulcet serenade and dawning alarm, and reply, oh lovebird, with a lovesick *tongue. Liberate thy spirit of love my dear *marm, and respond! respond! yes respond with a passion so strong. Release a seductive hymn to embrace my heart with its fiery melodic arm so an overwhelming fervor follows along. Oh! incinerate the shell of my heart 'til my soul be visibly nude and disarm', thus revealing the *candescent embodiment of sensations which lives among. Certainly, I want to be caress and loved by Love's delicious swarm. So, Queen of hearts, bombard the core of my soul 'til it be in awe!-- experience I long. *dulcet--(esp. of sound) sweet and soothing *tongue--refers to speech *marm--variation of madam *candescent--glowing red-hot (Poem for John Heck contest)

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Date: 9/24/2009 9:11:00 PM
great piece of art, dulcet serenade - this is my favorite phrase. it has such a warming sound..Diogenes
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Date: 9/24/2009 7:11:00 PM
At last... At Last !... I Have Found Shakespear Here... At Last... (And I love the way you put a lexicon at the bottom) Of course, since I love the Medieval/Renassiance Tongue... I Understood Every Word of It... Such Beauty, Such Passion and Coloquial Speech Deserves a Standing Ovation... This Poem is going into my Favorites... I will put one on just for you, so check MoonBee's The Face Of Love... I think you will like it... for you... this be my Designation: 'Mistress MoonBee (smile)
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