Nobody

Nobody could have loved rain more on this entire Universe; than the horrifically scorching and miserably slavering desert sands,

Nobody could have loved a child more on this entire Universe; than
its magnanimously sacrosanct mother,

Nobody could have loved grass more on this entire Universe; than the timid horned and adorably nimble cow,

Nobody could have loved milk more on this entire Universe; than the freshly born impeccable infant; wailing like an angel in its cradle,

Nobody could have loved clouds more on this entire Universe; than the royally soaring flight of the majestic eagle,

Nobody could have loved light more on this entire Universe; than the despairingly stinking and morbidly dilapidated dungeons,

Nobody could have loved victory more on this entire Universe; than the immortal soldier fighting to save his motherland,

Nobody could have loved flowers more on this Universe; than the boisterously buzzing and philandering humming bee,

Nobody could have loved the silvery web more on this Universe; than the enigmatically dancing golden spider,

Nobody could have loved reflection more on this Universe; than the pellucid glass of the incredulously scintillating mirror,

Nobody could have loved nostalgia more on this Universe; than the man about to bond with veritable brink of wholesome extinction,

Nobody could have loved the well more on this Universe; than the handsomely croaking frog; bouncing as water pelted down from the sky,

Nobody could have loved sight more on this Universe; than the perpetually blind; stumbling at each step; even in the most flamboyantly brilliant of Sunshine,

Nobody could have loved fantasy more on this Universe; than the insatiably dreaming artist; profusely entrenched in the mesmerizing beauty of this planet,

Nobody could have loved the Moon more on this Universe; than the enchanting stillness of the seductively rhapsodic night,

Nobody could have loved compassionate fires more on this Universe; than sorrowfully trembling avalanches of frozen ice,

Nobody could have loved the tree trunk more on this Universe; than the flirtatiously ambling and delectably footed squirrel,

Nobody could have loved dawn more on this Universe; than the fervently anticipating cockerels; dying to inundate the atmosphere with their flurry of
rambunctious sound,

Nobody could have loved the night more on this Universe; than the somberly mystical and starry eyed; grandfather owl,

Nobody could have loved loved more on this Universe; than all those orphaned and trembling with their shattered destinies on; appallingly stone-hearted streets,

And nobody could have loved you more on this Universe; than my ardently thundering heart; which had you and only you; as it’s sole fantasy; as it’s
perpetual and ultimate cry.

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