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To love one another from afar is to engrave each other's essence within our hearts.

Occasionally, love may endure separation - But, unfortunately it's rare. Most of us have had this experience at some time in our lives, and we've grown from it.

Your Essence

Your Essence pervades my clandestine avow
Transcending the universe, ages, and now
Enveloping me with ethereal arms.

Beheld from afar that one self-same star,
My breath is entranced by mere visage of you,
Enrapturing eyes of impaling blue.

Poetic mellifluence hearkens to me
As unto Bach's rhythmical rhapsody.
Symphonious dulcets of sweet violins,

Your delicate scent alights with the winds.
I feel your caress in the evening rains,
Your touch yet my reverie, still remains.

Your Essence enlightens the darkness of night
Awakening senses enthralled to new height
Your Essence embraces my innermost soul.

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