Oh love my love you are peace
Oh love my love I want your peace
I’ll keep you safe!
I’m on my knees.
You see oh lovely love o’ love my love oh can’t you see?
I have to, want to build a home for you and me!
You are my joy
Must keep you safe (yusshhhh :3)
You are my peace
In peace you’ll stay!
But love I must learn!
Oh me oh my love!
Yes lovely, learn!
Fly up like a dove!
And how, when I am safe,
Can I do such a thing?
Where is the ground not firm,
that we build up schools and homes?
Where when the law is stone,
do we build up universities and cities?
The bandits assault the schools.
And learn with sword at throat you won’t!
Your freedom’s yours, oh me oh my love!
Oh! Oh! Can’t you see?
Your freedom is yours, and safe you will be!
Ah! Ah! Oh I can see!
Come here let me grab you
Oh come and I’ll squeeze you
I come, oh pleaze take me :3
I’m here, oh please touch me!
Oh how can I ever deserve such a peace, oh my me, oh now?
Why should ever you work oh so hard and for me, oh am I worth(y)?
Oh and I am useless, do nothing, I am little and cute!
I and lo, I want nothing
And lo you are nothing, oh no no no no
Not something you are, oh, ’cause someONE you are!
My Lady’s no object! To that I object.
And all I want from you is one thing, oh me oh my love
And all I want is this thing, my lovely my bug
And that thing is this, oh it’s this oh right here
You’re poking my nose, oh, what is it my dear?
The condition of intimacy is simply, my lovely, oh
All you must do for me is to exist oh me oh my love!
Oh! And be with me and only me oh my love
oh my love
And be oh with me, oh Lady
Oh take me my love!
Oh yes, my lady!
Oh conquer me, my husband.
Oh marry me, my wife.
All together now;
I am yours,
till death do we part.
And forever we’re ours,
And you feel my heart.
Two half souls finally become one
And peace in the home, and peace under sun.
Until then I build a house
And Until then I’ll grow and love
And now you make me not alive
No, I am always alive, not needy, my no!
No! You make me alive-er my love
oh love me my love!
Oh love me oh love me oh love me my love!
Obviously drawing inspiration from the Song of Songs, this is something of an engagement song. According to the Jewish tradition, if you so much as fornicate you are betrothed. How this would change the world if it was law! I wonder how many little children would have fathers…
Alas! This is a follow-up poem to “Sing me a song; so that I may Dance!“