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Love's Infiniteness

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If yet I have not all thy love,
Dear, I shall never have it all,
I cannot breathe one other sigh, to move,
Nor can entreat one other tear to fall,
And all my treasure, which should purchase thee,
Sighs, tears, and oaths, and letters I have spent.
Yet no more can be due to me,
Than at the bargain made was meant;
If then thy gift of love were partial,
That some to me, some should to others fall,

Dear, I shall never have thee all.
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LeClaudeTH Francis 13 October 2006

This poem is so interesting and very sincere and should be loved by all.

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