A hair's breadth from wild boy, promises amount to nothing He speaks of honour and graces with words that never sing. Tortured soul, rest your head, Time now to observe. I am the keeper of that which you covet, The adoration you so deserve. OPHELIA Pray you, let’s have no words of this, but when … Continue reading Ophelia
The Wise Man and the Fool Fight side by side In the trenches On this battlefield We call love Happy Valentine's Day to all! From one more fool.
There once was a man confused by love Who said, "You're the one I can't get enough of" She said "That's funny, But this is lust honey, No matter how hard you shove."
Valentine's Day Origin: February 13th to 15th Lupercalia, the Roman feast Held to avert evil spirit and beast To release health and fertility And purify the city Given sound advice The priests would sacrifice a goat for fertility, and a dog for purity. They then made strips from goat skin Took sacrificial blood and dipped … Continue reading Facts: Stripping for Valentine
You are the sky And I Am the sea Our love Is the horizon That unites us And stretches on forever