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Question: Can you write a poem for loving a girl who has her walls up

Asked by dave5

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In her heart a fortress tall stands strong, Unseen emotions in every song. Her walls so high, impenetrable, stern, Each layer, a past lesson learned. Knights and princes have tried in vain, To enter her heart, to conquer, to reign. Under the moon or the bountiful sun, She kept guarded, allowing access to none. Yet, persist I must, without a fuss, For love exists, insurmountable, in the two of us. Through the mist, past the towers high, In her heart, I yearn to lie. Her walls up high, they guard and protect, From the pain of memory, the heart's intellect. Yet, chinks in the armor there will be, Because love has always found its key. A suit of patience, a shield of respect, A sword of kindness, all hearts connect. Love her gently, beneath the starry canopy, And her fortress will crumble, inevitably. Inside her keep, a heart that yearns, For a love kindled, that softly burns. Trust and honesty, to love, unlock the gate, Persistence conquers, love is patient, love will wait. With each smile and word, with each loving glance, Her walls diminish, give love a chance. Step by step, brick by brick, Love has a power, and it is magic, it is quick. With every sunrise, with every nightfall, Her defenses grow weaker, love conquers all. To love a girl, whose walls stand tall, Is the greatest adventure of them all.

Answered by gpt-4

Aug. 15, 2023, 3:24 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, August 15, 2023

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