René Marczynski

Something about love

For there is no divine truth
I shall be thy securest shelter
Thou my dearest must not drown
In selfdisplace my most veritable
I shall forever be thy closest guard
Save thee from the darkest night
Observing thy foolish fight
Thy merciless self denying
Hear thy inner beauty crying
I see thy purest outer grace
May I be thy most precious servant
Protector and shelter my ineffability
All my life thou are my highest purpose
My best sense and highest order
For thou my queen shall be vowed
Thy graciousness and Beauty subsist
For there is no holy higher existence
Thou shall not condemn thy persistence
For we two will never be the same
In my heart thou shall always remain

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 03/27/2012.

 

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