Body of Perfection

by Sherry Caayupan   Feb 16, 2021


You are a chiseled masterpiece in a phantom time,
Your lines bear proof of a forbidden love;
Once sprung from the deepest thine,
Of invincible might and the purest heart;

Your face launched a billion gallants,
Into your heart and heart so very sublime;
You would have colored the day black,
The night would shy away and turn into white;

Your hands show traces of clandestine grievances,
Tiresome of the many life's strifes and toils;
They needed rest from all love's nuisances,
Never did play much with the love of a boy;

A body, oh, what a body of magnificence,
No scar or wound made clot on such perfection;
Not even men are in peril of preference,
For there's so much to see in such a fine confection;

Lovely feet, they are beautiful to talk with,
Graceful steps do nothing but dance;
They even sing in the morning spree,
The clock only listens as it spun;

Your body is a whole melting pot,
Of divinity played by the love of God;
What the heart sees is silent in the eyes,
Poured forth from the heavens above.

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  • 2 weeks ago

    by Mr. Darcy

    Wow, I've read some lovely poetry today and this is another gem!

    • 2 weeks ago

      by Sherry Caayupan

      Gratzie! This is about a sensual woman who's given lots of praises for her sensual body...lol I hope this gets nominated this week! Take care! :)