„Love is the infinite placed within the reach of poodles. I have my dignity!“

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Has bridled my desires,
And raised my hunger and my thirst
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Within whose magic tents
Rich hues have marriage made
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A joy of love at sight,
That ages in an hour
My song be like a flower!“

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