Without Your Cape

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: June 16, 2018

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When to the soar of brave heroic task I reminisce my heart of dearest sky, I breath the fumes of city's ruin to only eye, And with a saved new view to many a passion:

Then can I levitate balance , off center thy love, For distant disguise hid one same different I, And puzzled inquiry brisk to forget her heart, And stand amidst bosom of moon verily in tint:

Then can I pour excess to thee And will mine hands to catch thou heart, The many a cloud of dearest sky , which I levitate in eye thought o'er thou below.

But, if the ending of love be distantly bent , Shall I disrobe to be Clark Kent?


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