Alexander Coppedge

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Diamond [Hades Delight]


You are an astonishing beauty
A treasure, so rare, few men will see
You come in and illuminate a room
Draw from all angles eyes to see
The sparkle is in your motion
Color variations make the fellows breath
A rainbow spectrum and its arrays
A priceless precious stone to me
Stillness is your elegance
Your precise cut is the awe
Reflecting back as a mirror my image
Walking a model promenade
No need to speak already said
You decorate my palace
You make this place my home

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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Hades ruler of the Underworld. Prince of darkness and the host therein. Guardian of the gates of Hell. Fallen angel to reside with the earth host. He who profits from flesh death. Diamonds.

Comments about this poem (Diamond [Hades Delight] by Alexander Coppedge )

  • Rookie Connie Yost (12/1/2013 3:22:00 PM)

    Sir, this is astonishingly beautiful! ! Thank you for sharing your fantastic mind! ! (Report) Reply

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