Blinded By Beauty - Poem by Ambereen Vishram
He saw her by the stream
Unaccompanied she sat
Tossing small rocks in the river bed
While the wind softly blew
Her tresses over her face now and then flew
Radiant and glowing was her skin
Her lips luscious pink
The smile on the face brightened the day
Her eyes were luminous blue
Love at first sight it was for the artist
A beauty on the canvas he must put
Several strokes and sometime later
The innocence and beauty on paper he had captured
With his best work he headed straight to her
'Young lady, you are the most attractive women I met
This portrait of yours you shall adore I bet'
Tears rolled down her beautiful eyes hesitantly she said
'Sorry sir the world around me is but colorless.
I am afraid I am vision less.'
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