Gengis Capote

(October,27,1968 / Havana, Cuba)

Awe Of Arrival


There's an amazing feeling
each time I see you.

It is the feeling of fulfillment
a reverence to your arrival.

My vision enveloped to your presence
signals my hearts welcoming red-carpet.

Temperature rises transuding perspiration
throughout my body... immediately!
I am at your mercy.

You grant me a pleasing smile
effectuating the strongest love.

O' what an achievement my lady
you have bestowed me my greatest desire.

A graceful coalition of heart and soul
your honest and undeniable devotion
of love at first sight...again!

I am at your mercy
and you! are at mine.

I do...
I do...
I do...
Take you to be my wife.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 01, 2010

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