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If ever I was an immortal
Id seek your faces beauty
Id comb eternitys secret portal
For traces of you elude me

Id spill to the wind
Of the east and the west
Amidst the north and south rescind
The maneuvers of my quest

Id frolic the air
Of your loved ones
Caressing silhouetted hair
Spun in a silky laced aeon

Id inherit the musk
Of your cinders
Intoxicating but robust
Proliferating on shards of splinters

Id quench the fountains
Of your youth
As low as the abyss
And as high as the mountains
Ill lie at the well
Lapping truth

Id jovially embrace
The thunder of your wrath
Transposing universe and space
Displacing my path

If ever I was an immortal
These things Ill do until infinity
And in the aftermath
If were not cordial
Ill reminisce in your bask
Within me
Written by Sex_on_the_Joe (Joe-D)
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