Wednesday, August 12, 2015

It was her eyes



It was her eyes of course
And the way they looked down
Shyly, lest I spy them
She would be unguarded

Her hands held together
Her pretty thumbs moving
Soft, unblemished, warm brown
Such beauty by themselves

None else saw her as I did
Raven hair now shielding
Her charming classic face
In the end she looked up

Quickly looked down again
A small smile on her face
Her lips full and moving
I saw her toes wriggle

Her father must be seen
If she is to be mine
As though she read my thoughts
She looked up and nodded

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13 comments:

  1. Beauty is found best in the form of simplicity :D
    Beautifully penned.

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  2. There is definitely the beauty that is innocence, which is what I feel in this. I feel the expectation and even desire a bit there. Ha, the flirting a bit, even if we dont even notice.

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  3. Wonderful. Such a great portrayal of the innocence and beauty.

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  4. I love this poem which you've woven so delicately which is beauty about...every line reveals that...

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  5. What lovely description. And yes, it IS often the eyes first of all....

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  6. Oh this is an intriguing tale! I so enjoyed reading.

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  7. You have captured the charm & allure of the beautiful woman ~ Nice romantic story ~

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  8. This is so romantic and heart warming. Loved this poem :)

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  9. Another lovely, romantic tale from your talented pen.

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  10. You saw there was beauty in her soul. Those eyes. Yes I well understand. Lovely poem

    Thanks for stopping by to read mine Robin
    Much love...


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  11. Oh I like this. You paint this scene beautifully with your words.

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  12. Great take on the prompt. The dimension of needing permission makes the poem go much deeper than it would have otherwise.

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