Michelle Rowe

(Great Falls, Montana)

Beauty Revealed - Poem by Michelle Rowe

Red lips emerge charming the stranger in the corner.
The fragrance of perfume lures him beside her.
Lily's of the Valley adorn golden curls.
Black silk inspires wisdom.
Long legs testify to strength.
Glimmer of emerald eyes excel.
Serenity postures itself.
A heart of gold lies inside.
Kindness is ready to commence.
Soft spoken words emanate.
Beauty revealed.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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