You and I are one soul in two bodies
Joined together forever by our love,
Intertwining together our stories
Written forever in heaven above,
And so shall we never be torn apart,
Nor our affection ever disposed of,
For we are above all friends of the heart
Note: The canopus is an invented verse form stressing a “continuous flow of thought,” attributed to Clement Wood in The Complete Rhyming Dictionary and Poet’s Craft Book 1936. It is a poem in seven lines, 10 syllables each, with a rhyme scheme of a, b, a, b, c, b, c.