Filled with love, the poem reflects the feelings and sweet musings felt towards the fair and sweet maiden, A proclamation of innate passion for the maiden.
O’ fair maiden with lips of rosy coral
Bedecked with dew,
Dripping in nectar like a rose bud
In a fragrant garden
Beckoning my amorous soul to come
Partake in the joy
Of salubrious kisses ‘neath the sky.
O’ sweet maiden, on wings of hope
I would float,
And flit, riding a zephyr of joy
To perch on your lips
And embrace their lusciousness
And I would sink
In surrender to their sweetness.
O’ fair maiden, O’ sweet maiden!
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