Verse of LoveLiest thou here, move not an inch,
A steady rhythm of ebbs and flows.
Canst thou stay?
Loose thou your sense of Father Time.
Amidst a world; unmoved, unshaken.
Here we lieth,
Eyes see red from the sun.
Entwined and being our two souls as one;
No earthly or heavenly subject to us can desturb.
The small quiet serpent,
Who slides past gracefully,
Nor the unseen hierarchy of celestial beings.
For they knowest,
In every minute corner of their minds,
Fire shall meet those whose attemps are made,
To intrude in that which is our perfect,
Above and within worldly, moment.
To you only, my heart doth lie.
And thine own heart,
To my own love doth fly.