Beauty And Me - Poem by Joy Davis
Beauty and Me
soft and gentle probing lips
offering love's first kiss
green eyes as deep as the ocean
drowning in a breath taking bliss
where are you and what are you doing?
lost in such a world is dangerous
warning bells and screaming aloud
a thick fog has blinded you
I'm grasping for your hand
rough edges and a hard heart
within the border lines
what can i possibly do?
to help escape my love so confined?
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