I Adorn Thee... - Poem by MBJ Pancras
Thou art a dazzling star plunged into my heart with thy smiles,
And my heart is burnt within; yet not distraught to walk unwise,
But I perceive beauty in thy modesty, and I adorn thee,
Thou hast struck my thought with thy fragrant smiles.
I revere thy smile for its majesty and elegance,
I see child-likeness in thy countenance and thou dwell in my dreams.
I’m drenched in the showers of presence and weave the wreath of joy.
Each of thy looks reminds me of the love Juliet whose love is still at the threshold.
I’ve opened my book of poetry and added a space for thee,
And thy portrait is ever an added beauty unto my book of poetry.
Time and again I will travel through the pages and read thee,
And thou art celebrated with unique touch of my wit and adoration.
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