Love (Sonnet) - Poem by Javier Falcon
Times have been fair,
as I stay among these clouds,
without a simple care,
avoiding all the crowds.
As all I need is you to be mine,
showing me all this love
as among the doves we twine,
far beyond the clouds above.
Your love to me is sweet,
superior to the taste of candy,
as you make me feel complete
with insides all nice and dandy.
As into this love cloud I was hurled,
and thanks to you feel the ruler of the world.
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