My Woman My World
A man can carve out his destiny from a block of stone
Polish every molecule with a paper of diamond Keep
the process going by the beating of his heart Woman
on his side, protected by sword and heart
Movements, sounds, electric charges in mind
He will carve the shape in light.
Every action and every word, will cut deep and clean without any
spot of bite.
This creation has the power to give him peace, heat his heart,
cool his soul.
Moments that are shared with her, little rivers that come
together, lightening finding his soul mate.
Will transform the block into a carving of fire that will embrace
At any moment, harsh of joyful.
Amaze the world, just to show her off.
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