Our Relation

Our relation was just as profoundly perpetual as that between the Ocean and the Shores; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s pristine grace,

Our relation was just as celestially perpetual as that between the Sun and the Earth; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s fructifying grace,

Our relation was just as blessedly perpetual as that between the Lotus and the Raindrop; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s redolent grace,

Our relation was just as sacredly perpetual as that between the Tree and the Breeze; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s vivacious grace,

Our relation was just as emolliently perpetual as that between the Rose and the Bumble Bee; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s unadulterated grace,

Our relation was just as brilliantly perpetual as that between the Oyster and the Pearl; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s royal grace,

Our relation was just as unbelievably perpetual as that between the Soldier and the Sword; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s blistering grace,

Our relation was just as insuperably perpetual as that between the Grass and the Dew; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s blissful grace,

Our relation was just as indomitably perpetual as that between the Cow and the Meadow; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s venerated grace,

Our relation was just as truthfully perpetual as that between the Peacock and the Monsoon; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s enamoring grace,

Our relation was just as symbiotically perpetual as that between the Clouds
and the Horizons; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s eternal grace,

Our relation was just as infallibly perpetual as that between the Desert and the Mirage; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s silken grace,

Our relation was just as unshakably perpetual as that between the Moon and
the Night; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally
loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s enchanting grace,

Our relation was just as fantastically perpetual as that between the Crop and the Soil; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s burgeoning grace,

Our relation was just as mellifluously perpetual as that between the Breast and the Milk; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s Omniscient grace,

Our relation was just as interminably perpetual as that between the Mind and
the Dream; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally
loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s adventurous grace,

Our relation was just as sensuously perpetual as that between the Nostril and the Breath; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s poignant grace,

Our relation was just as divinely perpetual as that between the Martyr and the Mud; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s altruistic grace,

And our relation was just as ubiquitously perpetual as that between the Heart and the Beat; which never ever could marry and become one; but yet immortally loved each other; couldn’t stay an instant without each other’s benign grace.

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