Thou Art So Very Fair

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Thou art so very fair
That moon itself is shy,
Shadows cast o'er the air
When you sob and cry.

And ah! that sweetest voice
Which works like opium,
Nature fills with rejoice
When you sing and hum.

Fairer from them by far
Art thy heavenly charm,
So very unhappy angels are,
They'll cause you harm.

Thy presence itself casts spells o'er everyone around
Even denying one surely fails,to like thee he is bound.

Submitted: August 16, 2012

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Thou art so very fair
That moon itself is shy,
Shadows cast o'er the air
When you sob and cry.

And ah! that sweetest voice
Which works like opium,
Nature fills with rejoice
When you sing and hum.

Fairer from them by far
Art thy heavenly charm,
So very unhappy angels are,
They'll cause you harm.

Thy presence itself casts spells o'er everyone around
Even denying one surely fails,to like thee he is bound. 


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