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Ballata 5: Light Do I See Within My Lady's Eyes

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Light do I see within my Lady's eyes
And loving spirits in its plenisphere
Which bear in strange delight on my heart's care
Till Joy's awakened from that sepulchre.

That which befalls me in my Lady's presence
Bars explanation intellectual.
I seem to see a lady wonderful
Spring forth between her lips, one whom no sense
Can fully tell the mind of, and one whence

Another, in beauty, springeth marvelous,
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Chinedu Dike 11 December 2014

A woman of virtue is man's highest glory. A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy For Ever - John Keats. A beautiful love poem written in poetic diction to capture the convictions of the poet. A lovely piece of poetry. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON.

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