Enriquito Lucero Jr.

Thy Beauty - Poem by Enriquito Lucero Jr.

Thy venus' body
And beauteous face,
I longeth for a kiss
And a tight embrace.

If the flowers bloom
In the winter's time,
Therefore it subsits...
For thy poise to rhyme.

If life is worth living,
Its reason is thy being.
As thy beauty sheds hope
For a heart to go on beating.

Yet thine tongue speaketh none
For words thou understands,
As nameless feeling entwined
My whole being, it commands.

Thou art such a goddess!
I'm just a mortal enslaved,
Hypnotized and in dazed
By thy charm adams craved.

Take thine eyes with thee
Wherever thou roam
It hath seen its purpose
Never will it seek home.

Cometh hither thine dear
Cometh inside thine heart
See the magic I cannot show
On why herein thou art a part.

April 18,2006

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 7, 2009

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