I don't know much but I know I love you Musketeers challenge 77#

a poem by Raghunandan Ram, India

My father, my grand pa and all,
Knew you not much on roll;
But they loved you,
And that I, too, do
You appear very beautiful,
But the dress you wear;
Makes you fairly rare,
And in the dazzles of unchaste,
Worn, adorned I can’t know much,
My All Love ! All Self ! All Chaste !
In desires and hankering such,
I don’t know much.
She smiles and says,
Come out of dark
‘’And you know where I live?
And what is my Parentage?
But I know much I love you,
As I live in your hope and prayer,
As I live in your spirit and labour."

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