Fair Maiden - Poem by tomisin eshton
fair maiden I knoweth not,
Is that she that looketh?
for she as fair as the moon
and as clear as the sky by noon.
I have not seen a maiden,
with such inquisitive blue eyes;
who sweeps me off my feet with her laughs,
plus she is endowed in size.
if thou know not,
thou is fairest among women.
thy skin shines bright,
it makes thine suitors rebel.
turn away thine eyes from me
for they have overcome me.
my dove my undefiled;
in thy heart is love unrefined,
thy cheeks are decorated with jewels,
thy neck with expensive stones,
thy skin as soft as clouds,
and with each pass of day thy beauty blooms out;
thy lips are like a thread of scarlet,
thy tongue are full of honey and milk,
thy speech are as smooth as silk,
and thy walk makes a firm jaw a droplet.
I have only seen thee once,
but I long to see thee times in tonnes.
like a diamond she is a rear specie,
for a maiden who is fair is she.
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