Fascination

by Debbie   Apr 16, 2007


With an azure tinge
around your eyes,
your delicate face
illumined by
the sun-
the glimmer of hope
in them never dies,
even when
beauty,
as its origin
may be unknown,
adorns appalling
deformity...

Upon those deep blue orbs,
I could never see
the evil guise of
mocking age and morbid sin
nor the wicked reflection
revealing
what men have done to their lives
so broken.

You are indeed
a marvelous creature
created by your creator-
a piece of miniature
artwork in which radiance
lingers forever.

I'm fascinated by you,
my darling doll.

�© 2007 by Debbie de Lara

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  • 9 years ago

    by Hebe

    A great poem!
    I love the flow and your word choice!..
    It was a pleasure to read.
    Take care!

  • 10 years ago

    by AllHailTheHeartbreaker

    Interesting way of piecing emotion together... I truly admire you for going for something a little more obscure, and pulling it off nicely. The placement of your words was intelligent but not confusing; the end was strong and tied together the entire piece; your vocab was varied but not overly dramatic. You give the audience a description, but allow enough blank spots to be filled in by their own creative imaginations.

    5/5, definately

    [tragic]

  • 10 years ago

    by Shirani Graham

    Just a beautiful poem you had written....

    Nazeer with you...

  • 10 years ago

    by Shirani Graham

    Great poem.
    Enjoyed reading it.

  • 10 years ago

    by Shirani Graham

    Great poem.
    Enjoyed reading it.