Treasure Island

Yor Nella


Incomprehensible femininity


Through your eyes like deep pools of mystery
into the sweet labyrinth of your mind I see
and wander down those enigmatic ways
discovering the riches your mind displays.

I am learning to look beyond the flesh
to see your character and loveliness.
For years my vision was confined to earth
but now I see you for all that you're worth.

For my short-sightedness had blinded me
to your hidden qualities and your beauty.
The elegance and grandeur of your grace
and the attractive smile upon your face.

Your life of poetry and righteousness
I now see in all its exquisiteness.
The lovely character your life displays
with rhyme and poetry I now praise.

But I, in all my masculinity
cannot comprehend your femininity.
All glamorous to me you'll always be
bursting with enchantment and mystery

Submitted: Saturday, May 31, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 07, 2014

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