Melodies and Desire - Lykke Li
Would that every jewel could have your name,
That of crystalline perfection aloud.
So that should one ever speak,
Of these flawless glass suns,
all would weep at the wealth of your sound.
Thus only a glimpse would others ever know,
Of your form, and heart, and flow.
Yet with a hint, the world may be shown
A reflection of your heart-spark,
Of which I can never let go.
03 April 2012, Moira G Gallaga
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