A Beautiful Woman
A beautiful woman is a sight to behold…
More exciting than diamonds;
Much classier than gold.
Radiant hair and eyes of pure steel
Adorn a body of curvaceous appeal.
Each word spoken awakens luscious lips
That hypnotize all with their scarlet tips.
A beautiful woman is an ageless creature,
Defying time's mutiny with every feature.
If all earthly riches were gathered and sold,
They would have scant chance copying her mold.
But a mirror on the wall and a positive mind
Show a beautiful woman is for each to find.
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