Paul Adolphus

A Woman Complete - Poem by Paul Adolphus

How can I put into words how much you mean to me
You encompass everything that a woman should be
From the top of your head, down to the soles
of your feet;
You are perfectly made, you are a woman complete

Everything about you is for real and genuine
A feeling of pride fills me to say that you
are mine;
Your flawless beauty my eyes hunger to behold
It's more precious than silver, it's worth more
than gold

Your love fills my heart, thoughts of you occupy
my mind;
Nowhere on earth another like you I will
ever find
Humble and modest as you maybe
You are still of the highest quality
You are my queen, deserving to be
treated like royalty

I am amazed by your gentle style
and charming grace
That lovely smile is never absent from
your pretty face
My admiration goes beyond what I can see are everything that a woman should be

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 3, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 4, 2011

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