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"Love makes the world go 'round" - I've heard that before. I think, perhaps, that there's a significantly growing sector of the cybersphere where the motto really should be amended to say, "Love makes the NET go 'round." Don't ya think?

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Christa
I'm in tears!

Linked

Love's linked when it's apart -
Mere words alone relay
True feelings from afar,
To cheer each other's day.

Each true heart's repartee,
A breathless palette d'art,
Enjoins in deep parley
One harmony of heart.

In pure clairvoyant tune,
Two minds are covenant.
A common course is hewn -
From two to one extant.

As one, two conjugate
With hearts and minds in sync;
A verbal cast of fate
Transcends embodied link.

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