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This poem is about a woman who has found her one true love and will not let him go no matter what. So she imprisons him, in a sense, with her love. She weaves a Secret web around him, one he never knows is there. When it says he breaks it, that means he has fallen for someone new. But she fixes it so he never leaves her.

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Prisoner Of Love

I'll love my love with a capital (A)
To him I'll give my (A)ll.
I'll surround him in a secret web
And heed his every call.

My web I'll weave of all my love,
My love so tender and true,
The web expands for my true love...

I'll circle him in the sacred threads
And shackle his heart to me.
I'll love my love forever and ever,
Forever my love he'll be.

Whenever he breaks the silky threads,
I'll repair them with bonds of gold;
My love shall never escape the grasp
Of my heart's inseparable hold.

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