The Chronicles of Simon the Lover
Chapter Seven: Chronicle #2
Be my song once more!
From the marrow of my bones
I long for your response
Will I be received?
Or will you reckon my love grotesque?
I can not much longer bear
But to know love’s fate
My most pure dove
Desire of a heart not defiled
Do you believe my motives are true?
My thoughts toward you are holy
From antiquity to this present age
None as you was ever found
Your smile is as
The birth of dawn
From the eastward horizon
To have but the hope of you
Is better than Solomon’s riches
Yet my soul desires more than hope
Will your heart find place for my love?
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