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Although it doesn't do anything, the poem does compile and run. Many thanks to Vortacist for inspiration.
#!/usr/bin/perl join $me, my $gorgeous, and listen $carefully, $please; eval { the circumstances } and warn $me if not $comfortable; for ($i; "understand"; "but please, let us" ) { lock our $lips, and link $us, $together; grep $me, $now, if $ready, and "i shall be happy"; unlink our $reservations and do { $me, $passionately, } until $at, last, our $desires_are_satisfied }; sleep $happily, my $dear_one; for (our $experiences_have_been_wonderful, and our $time_together_will ;;) { last }

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