Sarah Mawed


Pride And Prejudice Poem by Sarah Mawed


Pride and prejudice two simple words
Yet assembling colossal records
There he was filled with arrogance
Handsome, rich, living in bitterness
Prejudiced with too much pride
No place for love only for conceit
Numb in senses
Can't feel nor hear or see
Only himself and he;

And he saw her
Epitome of pride
Pride with no vanity
Pride with humanity
Beautiful, charming, smart
Eyes glancing upwards
Reflecting heaven above
A smile fills the darkest dwellings
A heart lifted with love
All he did was to test her mind
Willing to win the fight
The fight of pride

His vanity
Her pride
That's what's all about
Just when he left behind
Things that made him blind
She could finally break the spell
To open his eyes
To where love truly lies
And that's how my dear
We made it all clear
Pride and prejudice leads to fall
Love conquers all!

Submitted: Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Edited: Thursday, May 30, 2013

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Poetic summary about pride and prejudice Jane Austen's novel

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