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Author's Chapter Notes:
I made this poem so randomly, so if it doesnt make sense, sorry.

You melted to him and falling with the waters

In a dream I shall feel inside the cool white ophelia floating;
in hideous love-making the devil's paladins;
that by starlight! he sings and the woods sing!

The wind kisses her breasts by the wave.
- would dust with fine gold, the beads of their loves.
Entwine their thin arms in each soft corner.
- nubile and full-blooded his brow terrible and sweet.

You melted to him, and falling with the waters
embroidered with black moss at times she rouses
the great dreaming swan but endless;

As I was floating down, i should rudder and anchor,
if there more bathed in to know the skies
dawns are heartbreaking, of pearl skies


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