Ode, to The World's Beautiful Goddesses!!!

by Robert Gardiner   Jan 23, 2008


Ode, to The World's Beautiful Goddesses!!!

How Fair thou art, Perfection, to my eyes.
Nothing, doth match, your Beauty, so Divine.
Sirens, of Beauty, I'm Lost, in your Lure,
Ev'ry part of me, Beckoned, to your shores.
There's something, about you, I can't resist,
Ecstasy, Pleasure, to be, in your midst.
Spelled, I am, by the, sheer presence, of you.
I lose, myself, in your Heavenly Hue.
Let me Bathe, within, your Witching, Wonder.
Enchanted, I am. Your Spell, I'm Under.
You've taken, ev'ry single part, of me.
All of my Affinity, you Possess.
Raptured, Roused, I am, by your Rhapsody,
There is, nothing, to match, Your Loveliness!!!

Robert Gardiner
R.G.Love

As Always, your comments and votes greatly appreciated, thank you!!!

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  • 2 years ago

    by Brittany Ottmo

    "There's something, about you, I can't resist,
    Ecstasy, Pleasure, to be, in your midst.
    Spelled, I am, by the, sheer presence, of you.
    I lose, myself, in your Heavenly Hue."

    I love that part! it drew me in! I could feel the spell that was there, the one so strong that it lures you in! Another great write! I am enjoying your poems! =]

  • 5 years ago

    by Khalid

    Brilliant thoughts Robert! I liked your optimum description of beauty! No one can deny or resist the effect of women beauty from the first look. The nice flow of almost all of your love poems is so enchanting and so enticing taking the breathes away. They attract the reader in such a way that he/she insist to finish reading till the end and wish it not ending. All these facts made me choose you as one of my favorite authors.
    I encourage you to keep penning in the same way Robert. Thank you.

    <<<Khalid>>>

  • 9 years ago

    by sibyllene

    1. I love mythological subjects, they've always been close to my heart ; ). I am wondering, though, at your distinction between Roman and Latin. Latin was the language spoken by the Romans, not another set of goddesses. Certainly, others in Italy were also speaking Latin, but I'm wondering perhaps if you meant to talk about "Roman and Greek." Even here, though, the Roman pantheon was derived almost entirely from the Greek, with only some names switched around, but most of the attributes kept. It could work, though.

    2. The commas. I thought their prevalence made the reading stilted and shaky, but that might have just been because I don't know how you're intending to use them. I can trust that you know what you're doing, however.

    3. mist - should be midst
    4. Ruptured - should be raptured

    Welp, that's all I can find! Off to read some more....

  • 9 years ago

    by hopefulsmile

    GREAT POEM
    it's my first time i read some of ur poems , i totally love them . excellent work

  • 9 years ago

    by June

    Great poem ,well done.