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Original Writing Poetry Beautiful eyes, beautifulface,I'm shy to talk to you.You're the eagle I must watchNo matter what I do.

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Beautiful eyes, beautiful face, I'm shy to talk to you. You're the eagle I must watch No matter what I do. You're the beauty, wild and free, The mistress of my eyes, Rolling through exultant air, Alone in pristine skies. I would take you for my own Could I but have your wings, Could I but go where night begins And frozen sunlight sings. Could I but have you for my love, How might we fly together! ...read more.


Of all the punishment for my disgrace, Regret at losing you has hurt the most. Recall, I beg of you, this tearful ghost, Yearning to return to your good grace. I've screwed up pretty badly, And I don't know what to say. My only option, sadly, Seems to be to go away. Only your forgiveness will Restore this love gone cold; Redeem a lovely friendship You and I might have and hold. ...read more.


Why is it in our lives that we need friends To be awake and fully what we are? Alone we dream but never cross the bar; With you I share a grace that never ends. Valentine's for lovers and for friends. All my love goes out to you this day! Love is something different from desire: Even, silent, peaceful as the sky. Nor is love interested in means or ends. There are no selfish needs that it must weigh. Instead, love's plenitude itself inspires, Needing neither cause nor reason why. Each day my thoughts enchanted with you lie. ...read more.

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