Monthly Archives: October 2017

Your Love Is…

Your love is not mere floating dream, my dear; It’s not a mental, phosphorescent spear That cleaves my faint imaginary mind. It’s not a tissue mist that I unwind For contemplation’s reading, slim and slight, Nor ’tis soft reflection of … Continue reading

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Reach

You, my love, are love so true, Love must come from you. You, my love, are love so true. You, my heart, are throb so strong, You must come from song. You, my heart, are throb so strong. You, my … Continue reading

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Bunch!

You made Wai Yue lunch To munch, munch, munch; Your love for her is such It’s much, much, much. So when it comes to chew I hope she thinks of you Just a little itty bitty Bunch, bunch, bunch!

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All From You

Dear love, true love, All from you; Warm love, sweet love, Through and through. Expressiveness is not your key, But oh, the notes you send to me! Excessive implications ring That tell me you want everything! Exclusively, my dear, I … Continue reading

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Men Send…

Men send my Lady flowers, songs and praise; They wish her restful nights and happy days. If she is pleased, then I feel gladness for; She is deserving of all this and much, much more. If some do sense the … Continue reading

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Joined

You’ve darted me with love-darts, You’ve javelined my soul, You’ve pinioned me with joy-hearts, You’ve bound me part and whole. And now you gaze in wonder As I am going under, Why I have lost all sense of self-control! I … Continue reading

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Hardest

Sometimes I’m like a child, I know, And you my teacher—it is so. Sometimes you are so dear and sweet I feel more adult, calm, complete. Truer to one center, if I could, My love for you does grow, and … Continue reading

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