In Affectation

In the night when moon and stars doth shine
And hearts’ reports in bloody rhythms rising
To fall in love is human, yet divine
The sky turns grey on silent friends’ shared wine
And minds on sophies gladly meet in dining
In the night when moon and stars doth shine
Each star’s weak light is taken as a sign
Glist’ning brightly, diamonds in a ring
To fall in love is human, yet divine
Frogs and toads call out while crickets whine
And wingèd angels raise one voice and sing
In the night when moon and stars doth shine
A mind so pure, emotions crystal-fine
Soul pulsating, heart with passion beating
To fall in love is human, yet divine
And thou knowst, then: my heart’s no longer mine
A mental siege; they coy and silent stealing…
In the night when moon and stars doth shine—
To fall in love is human, yet divine.
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