I Wonder If You Always Tell The Truth

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Of the days that pass into endless nights,
Their dark stare holding me in suspension.
Your face the sole pacifying sight;
Your soul faces mine, constant attention.
I thank that your ceaseless loving has, me,
Saved from shadows of silhouetted pain;
Never felt you more protection, as me
Off'ring shelter from pirouetting rain.
Our joint breath of dawn gives life to desire,
Drinking of the chalice from lips so fair.
You will feel my deathless love through the fire
Of world's end when eternity we'll share.
On our journey paired by these restless souls,
Two halves of one; rend'ring each other whole.