I Love You.


  • Love

    I Love You.

    Tick-tack, rhythm of the Sound,
    Firmly founded on solid love not Sand,
    Wheather cold or hot, passion tune to dance,
    You my everything, I'll never leave you to France,
    My holy love for you is unconditional,
    Flame inner me, unquenchable with air-conditional,
    Germinating in you till death do us part,
    And even after death we'd never part.

    Like Jack and Rose; Our love's Titanic,
    Like Romeo and Juliet; Our love's never meant to die,
    Behold Olympus, Venus, Cynthia and Cupid smiles,
    Apart we are, I'll never give up to miles,
    Angel, my love for you, money will never buy,
    Trust me because I love you, don't panic.

    Samson died for Delilah, Julius Caesar fell for Rome,
    Your love's all I need, don't let me alone,
    Your love's always new, emotional and fresh,
    No matter how risky, it's a matter of pound of flesh,
    All my life I'll be there, only for you,
    I'll give you everything I can, I love you.

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    If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

    Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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