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This poem is about the joy of finding a long- awaited soul mate, despite the inevitable inner doubts.

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the poem is really good it decribes exactly how i feel

Sometime In May

Last night
I fell asleep in your arms,
I saw heaven descending on earth.
I swear feeling inexplicable peace and comfort.

Beneath the sweetness,
skepticism stirred in my head.
Was it an ecstatic infatuation
or implicit creation of a fool?

I searched for an exact definition of love.
In your voice, passionate magnet
woos me into an unknown abyss
safe calling paradise.

I was a loner
stuck amongst strangers of all,
but I see home in you.

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