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To look upon such a face is forbidden,
Carved by angels in the heavens.
Dare I look sheer perfection shall reflect, honesty portrayed unhidden,
His eyes flow deep like the seas of seven.
A mere mortal yet am I,
Bewildered by a sight so divine.
His presence makes me feel the flutter of a thousand butterflies,
Like a fragrance tickles a nose the sight of him sends chills up my spine.
Nothing can compare to this charm,
Sunsets and rainbows fall short.
All the people of the world can do him no harm,
He towers over me as if he were a stable fort.
This single man can change my world in a simple glance,
Like the deadly under toe I am engulfed by his trance.