Maurice Harris

Where Is This Beauty?

Where is this beauty, what soma has she assumed?
Shall I make consort with thee- my heart's consumed?
Ne'er shall I be entire until such time
As I may adjoin with your beauty, sublime!

As though prelude, surely I have met thee before-
Not cognizant of the future we had in store,
Assuredly, our brief confluences of the past
Were but a hint of this amative that doth last!

Significance of such shall not be made of, slight-
Nor too, the jubilation in me it doth incite!
With not a word, still to me, you do speak-
For you are the glorious beauty I do seek!

All shall be proffered for such, as all from such, are begot-
Alas, for my life entire, this embraces all I have sought!

Maurice Harris,21 July 2009

Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 25, 2009

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