Treasure Island

Brad Combs

(8/8/89 / Wheatridge, Co)

Inspiration of Beauty


Inspiration of Beauty

I have been inspired,
Inspired to write!

To write a Story about the most beautiful women,
Whose beauty surpasses Aphrodite,
And brings jealousy to Hera!

Who makes the sunset look like a painter’s mistake?
Who brightens the room with the twinkle in her eye?
Who brings a smile to your face no mater how down you are?

Why have I been inspired you may ask?
For this beautiful lady has stolen my heart!

Her beauty is like the call of the Siren,
So beautiful, yet so dangerous is this lady!

Stolen my heart and locked the key away she has!
Never to be found, never to be seen again!

If you see this Lady you will be ensnared by her beauty,
Just don’t fall as I have!

Submitted: Thursday, July 10, 2008

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