Black Poetry : Heavenly Beauty

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  1. naija-man

    naija-man Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Heavenly beauty, with skin so fair,
    A golden smile, with long dark hair.

    She is so fine, in the Physical,
    But she doesn’t see me, for I am invisible.

    I try to speak, and get her attention,
    They’re like suicidal attempts to show my affection,

    I open my mouth, and my tongue turns dry.
    And she just continues to walk on by,
    She passes right trough, without a look in the eye.

    A day of glory has just came,
    When I get the courage to speak to this dame.

    I go up to her, and try to speak,
    My breath fades away, my heart skips a beat.

    Out of my mouth, come the words,
    But they all burnt out, by feelings of hurt.

    She has a boyfriend, a man of her own,
    Someone to kiss, to love and to hold.

    I take a step back, holding back a tear,
    Knowing that my words of beauty, she shall never hear
     
  2. Bluewater

    Bluewater Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    i am romanticly touched
    by this devine scribe
    captivated indedd
    Peace
    Blue :heart:
     
  3. true love

    true love Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Very beautiful and tortured. much love to you for this piece.
     
  4. watzinaname

    watzinaname Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    OH, I feel the hurt, but you did take that chance...nicely written.
     
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