In visible form

At first, so enthralled, I could not see
Naught but her form, shape, 
The smallness of her toes, waist, nose
The fullness of her hips 
The curve and sway of her breasts

Now with so much shared
Like rivers passed their confluence
Those delights are more distant now
I delight in her music, the song of her life
From here I can barely see 
the form of her poetry

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