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DEATHLESS LOVE, by            
First Line: Out of life, out of death, there can never
Last Line: It will bloom in the meadows of death.
Subject(s): Emotions; Hearts; Love


OUT of life, out of death, there can never
Come love that is greater than mine,
For the heart in its ceaseless endeavor
Finds no inspiration like thine;
From the fields of thy love I am gleaning
A harvest that grows not of earth,
Thy love is so fraught with deep meaning
Even gods cannot measure its worth.

Men live, love and die, but their yearning
Is as bubbles that burst on the sea,
But the love of my heart that is burning,
Through the unmeasured ages shall be;
Other loves are the longings diurnal,
They pass with the passing of breath,
My love is the passion eternal,
It will bloom in the meadows of death.





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