Precy Brozas Varilla

Rookie (083088 / Philippines)

Venus


An epitome of true beauty
That’s what you are to me
Greater than hordes of queens
Brighter than the blinding sunbeams

YOU are….
The cold rain
Pouring abundantly in a parch-dry land
A precious gem
Glittering amidst the sun-kissed sand

YOU are….
The morning dew
Generously quenching nature's thirst
The silver moon
Graciously illuminating the world’s darkness

YOU are….
The sweet song
Lulling a child into peaceful slumber
The perfect melody
Banishing the perils of a heart’s somber

YOU are….
A radiant rainbow
Rising above the horizon after a tempest
A flamboyant butterfly
Gliding and sprinkling love in the garden of roses

YOU are….
A gentle zephyr
Kissing away the pain, conveying the boons
A lovely angel
Shining like a pearl in a desert’s mighty sand dunes

YOU are…
The cosmic force
Holding my universe together, spinning my world forever
The morning star
Persisting through the light of day, your brilliance fades never.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 26, 2013

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This is for my mum. :)

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