Treasure Island

Ejalonibu Abraham

(22/08/2013 / Osun state)

Beauty


As i follow beauty...
And she flees.
When i saw the glory
Of beauty on her body.
The beauty is like
A flash of the lightening in the dark,
Like moon in the mid night.

Oh!
Her beauty is like
An emerald,
As green as grass.
As sapphire shines,
As blue as heaven.
So is her beauty to the eyes.
Like a ruby,
As red as blood.
Her tooth as white as an opal.
Her beauty is like
The roar of the lion
In the forest that all other animals will run from.

I fell in love through
My eyes because her
Beauty is like a photograph
It develops in the dark.
I doff and dove
My heart for your beauty.
Unm...
I love it! ! !

Submitted: Sunday, December 23, 2012
Edited: Thursday, February 13, 2014
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