Gerry Legister

Gold Star - 5,221 Points (21/01/66 / Silver Spring, Westmorland, Jamaica)

Immaculate Women - Poem by Gerry Legister

The choices make a vast difference,
If they live for others or for themselves,
Driven by character or the opulence of chance,
Immaculate women grant only glimpses.

We only see but the faint shadows of her beauty,
And her inner qualities are only guessed at,
To conformed the soul has denied certain reality,
A place in society is the stepping stone to react.

To make the right choice, choosing not to lose,
Begin a journey and end a phenomenon being,
Live as close to love to smear the sum of fears,
Give hope for comfort and help to cope with pain.

Her heart wish to tell a tale and tear you away,
From the pain all the things that make you ache,
And seldom will her love forsake or go astray,
While nothing you do can equal hate.

Love blooms where great passion fills the heart,
And her beauty overwhelms the world in fantasy,
As sunshine emanates amides the tearful spirit,
Fear fades and softens the path to eternity.

And lay agony across the mortal reins,
A kiss of death wrap around the inner being,
Like dreams that soak the sheets in tearful rains,
Immaculate women sweet and highly esteem.

Where bliss and solitude richer treasures found,
The synergy of smile is existence with reason,
For emotions to be clandestine in the wind,
Of all God's creation, out of many such inspiration.

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We only see but the faint shadows of her beauty, and her inner qualities are only guess at

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 11, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, February 11, 2013


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