Mellisa Salazar

Rookie - 93 Points (February 29,1996 / Malibu, Ca)

Aphrodite - Poem by Mellisa Salazar

i feel so beautiful

that it’s kind of insane

i’m feeling so good

how could i be called vain


a goddess of beauty

with hair that always flows

two eyes glowing perfectly

atop my lovely nose


and when i walk the ground blushes

right beneath my feet

and just wait for what happens


when on a log i take a seat

the flowers pick me now

and the birds hear me sing

and once a mountain kneeled to me

to offer me a ring


the leopards have painted their spots

to look like my skin

the stream longs for me

to peer at my reflection

so that he can see me again


the wind loves when i run

and cut through it’s cool air

the humming birds heart skips a beat

from never seeing anyone so fair


the nectar longs to taste

a delicacy so sweet

can there ever be a match

that i could ever meet

Topic(s) of this poem: beauty, love, mythology, nature, women


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 18, 2015


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