Love’s Splendid Voice
Love’s dangerous qualms formulated a discovery,
This day my swearing has been founded due to godliness,
I love the love and I love the pain of this discovery,
How much does the suffering grow tonight?
Living among the warriors of life is captain captivated,
Asking an emitted signal plenty of times,
Strings of good charm have been woven
Into a fabric, as the tunic is lifted and sung
By the voices, the splendid voices of yetis.
We found it with white fur, love entered and exited
Due to his vision of sacred souls.
Prayer came, astounding the souls for the loving
Amazed us with the yetis of some tall effort.
Love has danger in the form of strangers,
Growing weak like the slothful characteristics.
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