224. How should I love you?
How should I love you?
Is it not enough to blend the stardust of our souls in heaven
flying higher on our trip of spiritual certainty and knowledge
than what any ordinary lovers ever dreamed of?
You complained about your previous lover
who was drowning you in his ebullience of love
while I have oceans to bestow on you
prepared for you to sail out on in magic vessels
for the finest strangest worlds to visit and discover,
and I can not give you any less than all my universe
of oceans and ethereal loveliness to drown you in
and get intoxicated with forever in the vastness of my love
that for your sake and for your benefit will never end.
If this be madness, let us then just stick to it,
protect it and defend it against all the sense of all the world,
for that is certain, that there is no higher sense
than that we love each other.
Poetry by Christian Lanciai
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Written on 2006-09-27 at 10:14
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