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Love is truly eternal in the heart that has held its profound redemption of spirit. Forever enticing the bearer to return to its essence again and again and again.

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When dreams call out to dreamers
as Luna calls the tide
beyond all human entities
on wings do dreamers rise

Enthralled within the wantings
of illusion’s mystic mist
do they then become the hauntings
escaped from their abyss

They are few who find the treasure
of the pleasures we have shared
through disillusioned entities
that caught us unaware

Miscalculated mergers
serving balance to the sum
from the spring of our beginnings
to the season we’ve become

For the weavings of the dreamer
are threads of self appease
as writings in a bottle
and cast upon the sea

Holding hope to find a spirit
in some entity of time
To blend within its weavings
as you have into mine

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