Muse


In an orchard of apples, fresh and red,
A bird so pretty, perched attractively,
Feathers coloured spectacularly,
Singing a sweet melody unheard,
I saw you!

Like the touch-me-not so meek,
The face tilts to the side gently,
Eyes look away from mine slowly,
Cherry blossoms in the cheek,
You blush!

A coral oyster in the sea,
Opens gracefully and I swoon,
Seeing the fleeting moon,
In a cloudy sky,
Your smile!

Seductive twin dunes cover,
A nourishing oasis beneath,
Fish tail of waist my hands can wreath,
One look, a sensual high takes over,
Your womanly curves!

Slender and graceful in no small measure,
Those legs put flamingos to shame,
Perform an elegant ballet of fame,
Give an attractive posture, hide a pleasure treasure!
How lucky am I to stumble upon this beauty of nature?

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Recollections of beauty