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The delineation of love, elucidation of progeny, and implication of our very existence are indeed terrifically mysterious notions.

Be warned should we demand promise of intellectual capacity regarding such marvelous concepts.

Scrutinize not for measly declarations or for such unadorned icons that which hold significance solely to this avariciously quixotic world.

One may be promptly and frantically mislead sighting fantastic reflections of pleasant illustrations and resonating oh so ardently, ballads and verses of doggerel.

Simply engage and secure your gaze upon the tender, fascinating countenance of your immortal soul's companion.

Peering most intensely and permitting unmitigated exposure of your own genuine essence.

Transcend all discourse and let your eyes be liberated from the bonds of imagery.

Nowhere in this universe but here can we recognize indescribable love.

In this space is where sensations of lineage can be perceived.

In these indescribable perceptions we can acknowledge the intangible resolution of existence.

And when the earth beckons for the return of our blood and bones, it is in this sacred dimension of convergence that we shall dwell abidingly.
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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