From The Heavens, Thou Has't Fallen

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They say that love is what makes the world go round and I think they're right, especially when you share love with someone who you couldn't imagine a life without.Love is kind of an oxymoron... A sad yet beautiful concept. Love with all your heart and all your soul, embrace the unknown and be confortable in the knowledge that you are by each other's side no matter what!

Submitted: May 14, 2016

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Forsooth so surreal to comprehend,

That thou has't not fallen from the heavens above,

But instead, thee hath walked this earth for many a year,

Unaware I wast, that our paths would some day meeteth.

 

In a world wither our eyne doth gaze upon millions of souls,

'Twas yours to which mine eyne dids't lay upon,

So sacred and so pure it beest,

As quite quaint and as rare as the black swan.

 

From that very moment mine heart kneweth,

As thy tender touch encapsulated me in a world of unspeakable love,

That thee wast mine soul mate so destined to beest,

Recall mine love, those two wondrous white doves.

 

Oh this world changeth so much sweetheart,

And so doth its people,

So cold and so dearn is this world,

I hads't almost lost desire on finding a light, to guide me through this world so evil.

 

And then thee appeared,

Like an answer to mine prayers,

As if't be true the Gods was't listening,

Oh Praise beest, that miracles doth exist.

 

For every morning thee art mine miracle,

Mine lover, mine friend, mine oasis and mine safety,

The one who I desire to taketh care of as thee would of me,

If't be true only thee kneweth, how much thee mean to me mine lady.

 

I knoweth I may not at each moment sayeth as much as I should,

That at times I may forget,

But I love thee my darling,

With all mine heart and without a single ounce of regret.

 

The heavens cans't not has't thee back,

For thee are my angel,

Square for thy life I would mine love,

Protect thee whilst I am still able.

 

And although we be mere mortals,

It still intrigues me often,

How thee can beest so elegant in thy ways,

Maybe... From the heavens, thou really has't fallen.

 -- James William Cooper

 

 


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