Slope of Beauty

By Michael    Michael

My love please do not be alarmed
That my faint lovers glance be upon your face
And silhouettes of kindness emulate from the slope of your frame
That my attentive stare has not robbed
But merely given reverence to beauty
My love be kind, as I am not as gentle the man you once thought me to be
Though serenades may find themselves
laid prostate before your feet
This advent to an adventure;
Thus endure and be endured
To all that we find homage
As only love can secure
Not a spoken word, nor as the spoken heard
Shut up consonants crown and cast all verbiage to dungeons lair
Oratory is useless when intimacy needs not the pair
So I look to you for this, my love
The gift of this experience
Do not turn away your lovers response
Or look grimly to my rationed cause
And if my petition falls well upon you may our attrition lend itself to obscurity
That I may attain this knowledge of a lifetime
In understanding the slope of your beauty

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