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Spirit with Love (A Sonnet) ©

Andrea R M Fletcher

When love grows, then do thine eyes see?
For the days, they come with expectations
But when I sleep, in dreams you do proceed
To light from darkness make, gives reflections
Then you are the spirit, the spirit that doth shine
How would thee, dear spirit, gracefully appear?
To wipe the deepest, deepest tears from mine
When to thine eyes only true love would bare
How would thou bless me with thine gentle arms?
By appearing in my dreams during night and day
When in the far, far land there will be no harm
Though some deepest dreams do wither away
All heaven and earth will sigh for thou art love
And the love giveth will come from above.

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