Sweet Valentine’s Death

What can you say about a love that is deeper than such?
A love that cannot surface the understanding of the word,
Love, but not such, more so than that,
Yet too much of love
To where I have drowned in a place beyond love.
I have forgotten to swim, nor hold my breath,
I am safe beyond because you are my breath,
Your arms can hold me up forever, just above the surface,
To where I have fallen when I fell for you, my love,
And I am safe because you never let go.
I love you beyond love,
My spirit is you and we share one soul.
I fear not of death, because I know of heaven,
And all its angels are with me in unity,
They exist in your eyes and overwhelm me.
In your strength I am eternal and full of light,
My fall for you was fatal- but not as such,
Beyond love, you have taken me to heaven,
And I know of no other place of which to drown forever.

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