This, this garden I made you, the garden of flowers,
I hope you might find strength through them.
On the right, the bees work to find it's honey,
and the daffodils on the left are still so blue.
The lilies by the small creek, and the rows of many flowers
stand in every color. The green-leafed willow I planted
holds them underneath the red sky.
My heart fades, my strength fails,
but your soul, like this, is a garden ever-beautiful.
Your lips are apple blossoms, and your hair falls like the breeze
of the morning. Your kindness, like a hot shower
after a full day of work, you are so sweet, kind.
You take care of the weak, and do all that is good.
Like a mysterious tree in the garden,
You stand beautifully.
Now many things stretch for mystery and desire in the world,
but my bride, my bride, my beautiful bride, you set them all free.
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