wardha jawdat

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beauty beholden

i've been ambushed!
by your memories

this tired body had not heart
to do battle after dark
and while i lay battered
nursing aching wants
in mists of warm waters
You came upon me
at once my paramour
and my enemy

my mind jarred
my heart forgot
to beat
in rythm with
tired monotony....
and i heard you whisper my name
and your lips sung the same
tune to which my love swayed

'You are just so beautiful
as you were that autumn day
when i first held you
when i first kissed you
'You are so beautiful
each day
as venus, marble etched
lovingly carved and gently held
in the palm of creation
to be worshipped
and forever kept
suspended in animation
through time in my senses
'Oh but youre beautiful.........'

and i drown
into the fantasy that is me
through the words that are you
and surrender
to the love you made me feel
for myself, when we were real

oh but You were beautiful
to have made me feel
this beautiful
for sculpting me a mortal venus
for loving me that achingly
oh but You were beautiful

were beautiful...

Submitted: Thursday, November 20, 2008


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  • Rookie - 1 Points _____________________________________ - (11/20/2008 6:36:00 AM)

    into the fantasy that is me
    through the words that are you
    and surrender
    to the love you made me feel
    for myself, when we were real

    ne plus ultra! ! ! Wardha ship me whatever you are eating these days (lol) (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Gi Galen (11/20/2008 2:45:00 AM)

    Touchingly … circulation on ”strings” flaring love …
    nice... (Report) Reply

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