What Does She Think - Poem by James McLain
While I think for something of a while concerning wild love,
Does she think, love is of the world to me,
the sea the waves those toes.
Simply neat, and the sweetest beverage,
and in such is the close connection, I can't think.
Of heavans - James's heaven and moving the earth.
I thing have known that it is shown best that,
Is why I kana it is good just or the happiness full therein.
Here known and where I am largest.
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