A Cream Pie - Poem by DUROJAIYE ADEBOYE
Beauty they say is in the hands of the gods.
How beautiful you can be is determined by the divine
The beautiful ones are not yet born
Yet I stumbled at one
In the early days of my youth
A cream pie is what I call her
A daughter of the great Zeus.
A descendant of the goddess Aphrodite
Beautiful like the blue sea
Eyes like the sparrow bird
Blessed with hair like a lilly
Her smiles like the victory of troy
Bringing joy to the heart of men at war
What a beauty to behold
A goddess in human clothing
The unknown daughter of Zeus
The goddess of joy
A cream pie I know
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