SENT FROM HEAVEN
Candles flicker in solitude
My mind thoughts playing games,
As shadows of a distant past
Float merrily in the flames.
Floating music fills the air
She lies content in beanbags slumber,
While black coals burn to heat the lumber.
Her pale skin this amber light,
Flickers a tune of warmth and love,
It flickers on a heart from heaven.
As this angelic beauty sleeps content
Iwonder what she dreams,
A love so peaceful soft and sweet,
In this atmosphere my brain cells compete.
I send her love that hath no end,
Like a child I want to hold her tight.
I want to caress her beauty in this soft light.
For there is no greater love than what we have.
So as she sleeps in her angelic pose,
I smell her perfume like that of a rose.
For she is my rose of all roses, smelling divine,
She is my love, my one and only Valentine.
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