Lover - Poem by Zackary Collins
I felt softness of heart with fingertips entwined,
And tingling the essence of my spine.
I knew sincerely, 'without wax' I love you dearly;
And Truly, I will love no other.
My eyes now darkened and my darkness now softened,
I search your once-of-forever's, contentment-of-the-soul now measures
Hours, you have made numberless
Numbers, you have made meaningless
My nights are blissfully slumber less
Forgotten is my past.
I am your rapier lying caliber to the vast.
Bewail the anguish none and forever-not,
Dissipate no longer the time divinity has wrought.
Ceaselessly I wax lyrical heavens my lover now boundlessly brought.
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