Ms. A.T.

Beside the casement sat Ms A.T.,
It was an eye treat for me to see.
A magnetic aura surrounded thee,
Her winsome frown made beholder glee.
If I were taught by thee the virtuous lass!
Newton's laws were a phenomenal romance.
Her keen eyes behind the pair of spectacles,
Reminded me often some dazzling crystals.
Her face glorified with a radiance bright,
Arrogantly reflected her soul's might.
Had Archimedes seen thy stance,
Eureka! were uproared after that glance.
Behold! the smug of fortunate circlets in thy rosy fingers,
Left me conjured thy urbane style Penelope gestures.
Top to toe thy Shelley's song,
I could gaze to write all day long.

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