Outra vez, vírgula a seguir a amor. Também, de notar que "talvez" tem de estar capitalisado: está no início de uma frase (o mesmo se aplica a "somente").
While capitalizing the first word of every line can seem pretentious to the modern reader, it has one distinct advantage for any poem: it emphasises the importance of the line over the sentence. One thing that has certainly been lost in modern readers of poetry is the awareness of the line, how it functions, how there's a miniscule mental and auditory pause at the end of each one to punch that final word and place a secondary stress on the first word of the following line. What capitalizing the first word of every line can do with a modern reader is to force that emphasis a little more, make it more relevant and obvious. While the general convention has been not to use this tool in free verse, I personally think it should remain in a writer's arsenal regardless of form. If you write a poem where you feel it is important for a reader to really pay attention to the interplay between lines, the possible differing meanings between a line versus a sentence, and the change in emphasis created by the lines, then capitalising the first word of each line could be a valuable tool to you.
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