Treasure Island

Erato


I saw only her


‘Though the room was full, I saw only her
all the others gathered were just a blur.
My Muse of love poetry was standing there
looking so beautiful and so fair.

She was making the coffee and the tea
and poured out a 'pint of Guinness' for me.
Then as I supped it, I drank in the sight
of my lovely Muse upon that Guild night.

Like Mona Lisa stood my Muse so fair
silhouetted within the doorway there,
Mesmerised, I began to appreciate
her loveliness for she was looking great.

Beauty of character enshrined in grace.
Her sparkling eyes set in a lovely face.
Enthralled by the beauty of what I saw.
The contours of her shape filled me with awe.

Submitted: Friday, September 19, 2014
Edited: Saturday, September 20, 2014

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