Gaylord Munemo

Rookie - 156 Points (20 May 1991 / Masvingo)

Irish Definition - Poem by Gaylord Munemo

Justify my eyes for they go beyond focus,
St Patrick's cathedral holy linen I adorn,
Apodyopsis, my eyes undressed a woman,
Such perfection my eyes did adore,
Apodyopsis, my eyes touched a woman
The wonders were marubic, yes so cherubic
She waved her beauty, she swaved her waist
The beautiful lady, Irish traits

Hold my hand and run with me,
Unto my ears deliver a forgotten tale,
Show me the croke park,
Thou shall show you the beauty mark
Conceal what I am, your beauty I shall expose,
Your cleavage like the wonderful Boyne Valley,
Leading to the places of fine waters,
Quench this thirst, my throat is rusting
Like in the Guiness storehouse,
My words are kept and yet to transpire
Let the world choose to envy or hate,
Your beauty has drawn lines in my heart
Behold I praise, Irish personification

Like the endless view of the ring of kerry,
Take me to Ireland, I take you to Beautyland
Your fine hair like the cliffs of Moher
Take me to Burren,
Your beauty I shall praise day and night
Such Irish traits have I adorned

Your eyes the poets fail to describe,
Your skin deny not the touch of my hands,
Behold, the poet im here
Your ears deny not the praise of my lips
You are beautiful and earth knows
The wasps of the air envy your waist,
The sheep of the field eny your hair
The multiplying ladies envy your beauty,
The Irish definition, open your eyes

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 7, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, July 8, 2013

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