Eleanor L. Cain
Love Fulfilled - Poem by Eleanor L. Cain
How does the embryo of love begin?
Is it born upon the wind?
Flowing softly into each heart,
Entwined fantasy if forceful knots,
Oh to liquify the river of love-
Bathe in its essence given from above
Swept away in lover's desire
Two souls have fulfilled all that's required.
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