Priceless Beauty - Poem by Hezekiah Tiamiyu
Intelligent and always does her duty.
Oh! How i wish she was sleeping beauty,
That I will wake her with kisses.
Beautiful indeed, indeed preety.
Her bright white teeth lightens
Earth as she smiles,
Like the sun of Mercury.
With milk bag on her chest
And hips swindling,
I cant but express my feeling.
Caring and careful, too careful
That i cannot propose my love to her
For the fear of a negative reply.
Thousands of letters cannot praise her beauty,
Decades and centuries still not enough.
Pure breed, polished countenance
With classical Charisma.
If a four-score time I come to Earth,
I will surely choose you again, My Lady.
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