Nebe Albert


A woman and her beauty. Poem by Nebe Albert


A woman and her beauty. You never can tell what you will find in a woman. Do you not know about the womans nature? What do you think you know? A wild nature or a calm nature? Do you know a fragile being or a cat with nine lives?

A woman and her beauty.
We know of the gold and its beauty, the diamond and its beauty, the jasper and its beauty, the jade and its beauty. Never a mineral like a woman for her beauty is within.

A woman and her beauty.War onto man(a woman) . A moulder and builder of best and worst. The perfect builder, builds without touching the building tools.Destorys like fury itself.Without raising a hand a great man is made and a great man is destroyed.

A woman and her beauty.A tender being with a tender heart and with voice as sweet as honey.A voice that melts the heart like ice placed over fire. Not even a heart of stone will stand her voice.

A woman and her beauty.A comforter and a companion, in cold and heat.Beauty, a word of its own describing that which pleases the eyes and hearts of many. A woman, a gift of nature and a curse. What a beauty.

Submitted: Friday, December 27, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 30, 2013

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