My eyes are drawn to that boundless expanse,
Where mystery and beauty and enchantment romance...
And each star spreading its elegant glow
'Til their sphere of light into eternity flows;
Such wonders sublime-woven o'er meek earth,
Where countless marvels are given celestial birth -
Endless layers of splendor and overwhelming pleasures,
Spectacles divine adorned with unattainable treasures,
All visions of a greater design, and soundlessly fashioned,
A magnificence that stirs all my fears and my passions.
But then she speaks softly, and I suddenly realize -
I was lost in her eyes again...I was lost in her eyes.
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