Reason: greater than god; lesser than man,
Once lay that this creation does idolise ye,
Apart from hence upon which lower sat idle,
Grand upon mine that found this desire great,
Slowly erupts and fade for all they replace,
Suddenly turns softly at frail heart disdain,
To fade, and abruptly disappear for this,
Finds Herself in all manners of speaking,
What writes me shall ye be my token hers,
Whence watched and only give Reason to,
For mine shall surely grief at her parting,
Through long exaggerated change, weeps;
Not mine, and lost in Her as do I fear,
Though nearer, so shall enjoy pleasant breath,
Breathes in me how wondrous her world finds,
Looks below and smiles only as time passes.

Nature, Poetry, Romance, Works
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