LOVE Above all Circumstances
Still doubting love?..
Above All circumstances:
My Angel burns its wings for eternal love for a merely human
Losing itself in a miserable life followed by torture, Has his acumen
Failed him for the first time in his existence!
Has he done wrong to put love on top of his list for an instance?
My angel knows no regrets; all is fair in love and war
He knows that his love values their love more and more
He has been greeted by a lovely gift
And his decision he is not ready to shift
Our heart beats willingly for the first time in life
For he shares his secrets with his future wife
Love has gone through my bones up to my dark soul
Filling the emptiness to top! Killing the black hole!
Love cultivates in the hearts keeping them everlastingly whole
Our fragile hearts beat as one for once and for all
In sickness and in health we pledged
Never to leave the other we alleged
Yes love Crept into the soul and bound us eternally
Wow, for the first time I am sinking in love deeply, willingly
There is one thing you must understand
I am ready burn my soul for you, Drown in quick sand
For you be there and give you a hand
My love I pledge to sacrifice my life just to have you close to me in the future
I swear I’ll overvalue our home that we built, the memories and love we nurture
Wipe for you very single tear you shed
Share with you my oxygen when we’re dead
Till death do us part
You and I will never depart dӑяК fцйЗrдl !
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