Taller than Tibetan peaks and wider
Than oceans vast, no finite count
Or measure to attain,
Deeper than all trenches, deemed elusive,
More omnipotent than all rulers ever reigned.
Sweeter than all sugared of confections,
Of honeyed traps
So tempting to all tastes,
More succulent than fruits extreme, exotic,
More precious than any diamond’s face.
Superlative in wonder and in grandeur,
In scaling heady heights,
In delving and delighting in its facets,
No stronger force than love in all its might.