Hi! Chic, genuine ovel, donned
of stentorian vowels, we wont see.
Fend your fee to upper earth.
because this Love taller than Babel-tower.
Love thronged to glacial felicity
for homey heiress to clap icy love.
Mountainous love, a flinch to embellish
garish love, so do and do so.
Spare the rod and spoil evil; upon love we bow.
Clench, one in throne love is a creditor to evilly merit.
Mountainous love, whom eyes have seen
but can not tell.
Now my eyes must tell my mouth
to tell what it has not seen
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