Fair Lady of the Morning Sky

You build your orbit around merriment and such verve emanates from your presence.

Swept in everlasting glaze, 

Do I dare kiss and ruin thy nature?

If God says it to be so then I shall hold onto sweet innocence.

Fair beauty I've witnessed once in life,

Will such fairness grant me a chance tonight?


One look from a rose is all I need.

What man wouldn't be gracious to thee?

I pray my eyes don't equip me to deceit,

Can a man like I be so close to an abyss of insufferable grief?


Fair lady spares if it isn't her desire,

For a man can only lose so much by an hour.

Actuated by your kiss until your kiss no longer warms my lips.

Clouds begin to thicken and the storm rage, Images that were once in my head 

eventually passed on. 


Fair lady of the Morning Sky will time meet us again? or Will nature bid us both




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