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Cassanova VI

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tori
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I grasp my hand upon the throne for these
feelings can not be shown
My lips I keep tightly closed as he arrives, my cheeks turn to rose
"Oh Lord do not let it show, for one true love such as he I've waited for eternity
Now it feels you've answered me, my God I
pray you let this be
When he walks in, what joy he brings, like fresh fallen snow or a breath of spring
A knight in amour this love I seek, that brings the rose to my cheek
I keep my distance from this love, for the king would have his head
But my heart is full of fire fly's, for here is where he lives
A distant love he maybe, yet through my body
he doth creep
I feel his touch, I taste his lip's so sweet, as the rose he brings to my cheeks
I find you now my love, as slumber I seek,
with heart in hand you come to meat
In gentle breeze you take command
as we sprout wings and take the sky, like
angles, it is we fly
With God's grace we will enter through
Heavens Gate, and there my love, we will take our place
Side by side the clouds we share
Not God nor man can stop us there

Copyright Tori 1999
"Love Letters"
_____________________________________________
linger yet with Nature, for the night
Hath been to me a more familiar face
than that of man: and in her starry shade
of dim and solitary lovelines I learn'd the language of another world.
Lord Byron
1788-1824
Manfred, III,iv

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Genea
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Reminds me a bit of Romeo/Juliet. Bittersweet.
 
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