Kalyani Rajalingham

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Fatal Impress - Poem by Kalyani Rajalingham

‘Tis a natural beauteous impulse
But a fatal impress
Noble heart, nobler man
He is my love, He is my man

At His riches and fortune, I laugh and scorn
For No wealth is grander than that of health and hand

At His abundant possessions, I gaze and toss aside
For No possession is worthier than that of love and learning

At His beauty supreme, I marvel and praise
For No beauty is more supreme than that of virtues, valour and reason

At His naked charm, I surrender and stand charmed
For No charm can surpass humble chivalrous ways

At His Arrogance and Pride, I bow but I do not yield
For No arrogance nor pride can diminish that which is mine

‘Tis a natural beauteous impulse
But a simple fatal impress

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, February 11, 2013


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