Nancy Amato

(Barrie, Ontario, Canada)

Beauty


Look in my eyes, what do you see,
Beauty of the inner me.
Deep down in your heart, what do you feel,
The beauty of a love that is real.
Touch my hand soft and tender
Is a beauty that makes you surrender.
Listen to my words, what do you hear,
Beauty flowing through the air
Look around you to your left and right
All you'll see is beauty tonight
Kiss my lips, what do you taste
A beauty that would never waste
Run your hands down my body
While looking into my eyes
Listen to my loving words
As my beauty conceals no lies

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Emma Ogutu (4/11/2006 7:43:00 AM)

    Nancy Amato I like the honesty and pride that your poem reflects. Your character is proud of herself and knows the value which she is giving to her partner, a value which all women need to poses. Women need to know that they give value when they love. This poem is a must read especially to men. Yours Emma Nyadimo (Report) Reply

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