A Beauty With A Smile Poem by Amitabho Sengupta

A Beauty With A Smile

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That distant lady now so nearby my heart,
Once she was not at all familiar to me to hurt.

Somehow, she seems so near and in my breath,
Sometimes, the lady's smile clears my thought path.


Look! Look at HER! !
Every young man, please behold her face.
She is a den of beauty,
A waterfall of freshness and purity.


Look! Look at her lips!
She has rosy lips to attract myriad men's minds,
They are so vibrant and touchy of all kinds.


Now, look at her heart!
Her covered breasts are the heart-throbs of us,
Her open throat attracts each mind as such.


Then, look at her eyes!
They are so nice! !
They make penetrating ripples in the hearts of others;
They are of divine demands to one who bothers.

See, it is, as if, I can see!

She is a nymph to take care of me and others.
To take care of all who love beauty like hers.

She is the source of love and inspiration;
She is the purity with affections and admiration!

Tuesday, October 27, 2015
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Antony Theodore 24 May 2017

so near and in my breath, look at her heart! Look at her lips! look at her eyes! She is a nymph source of love and inspiration; just a gem of a poem from your wonderful pen. Thank you dear poet. tony

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Tons of thanks for appreciating my insignicant piece of poesy.

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Annette Aitken 08 June 2016

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Your words flow beautifully thanks for sharing. Annette.

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Amitabho Sengupta 13 June 2016

Thanks a lot......

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Chinedu Dike 03 November 2015

A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOR EVER - John Keats. A well articulated love poem insightfully penned in poetic diction with conviction. A lovely piece with sonorous rhyme scheme. Thanks for sharing Amitabho. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON.

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Amitabho Sengupta 06 June 2016

Tons of thanks for your valuable comment.

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Amitabho Sengupta 30 October 2015

The above poem is a a love lyric written in specific rhyme scheme.

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