I Do Love You
I do love you, dear.
I do love you.
It's what companions your face & voice when they
reverberate & reassert themselves
in a bohemian fashion.
Your image of purity,
Your skin of softness,
Your voice of a child,
Your depths that I have immersed in,
The sadness that settles as I watch you
The girl who will eternally remain beautiful.
For in the eyes,
Forever in youth,
We'll never die.
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