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In The Beginning Was The Word

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In the beginning was the word, and the word was love.

We shadowed each other and joined our hearts above.

The least bit of loss was forgotten in the formulation

Of our great and withstanding emulation

Of the famous lovers in their adulation

Of the first and final simulation

That would be the final solution

For the mortals in their simple equation.

This alone was the final derivation,

To make and be and try the notion

Of simply loving and allowing the motion

Of two hearts combining in true devotion.

So we as two would be as one

And would become a summer sun

Shining down upon the world

Like life and death entwined, unfurled.

Two hearts together, beating, timing

Their beats together just as rhyming

Poets time their words to mark

The time of lovers beating hearts.

We shall and ever shall be one

Until the universe is done.

Souls entwined together forever

Hearts as one forsaken never.

This cannot be the end of it

We must be more a part of it.

The universe is not to be

A trifling useless entity.

What care we for the futile fight

If we are destined for the night

No other plan could be of sense

But that we spend our lives

As one, together tandem fates

Two people meant as man and wife

Forever one and two for life.

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