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Love Quote # 105

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For Her

For her, I would make sure dew
Glides along a rose petal
Accompanied by the song of a lyre
With notes infinitesimal

I would make rain drops fall
With chimes of crashing crystal
Splashing in a dance of pieces
So pristine and ephemeral

For her, I would convince butterflies
To perform aerial ballet
Every time she wanders among flowers
To make a bouquet

I would charm the robins
To beautifully crochet
Using ferns, tulips and crocuses,
A little beret

For her, I would entice
The pure Lady of the Lake
To allow the water lilies
To bloom earlier for her sake

I would assure the coy goldfish
To daintily shake
Their flimsy tails
Near her naked feet so delicate

For her, I would whisper music to the fir cones
For them to pirouette
I would play flute for the dandelions
To flutter their fragile silhouette

I would compliment the snowflakes
For them to sparkle on the minaret
And, with her, I would try to sing
A lifelong melodious duet

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