Her, So Beautiful

The fable resounds with absolute conviction,
From the voice of her, so beautiful,
Her, so beautiful bearing such an affliction,
As to be wholly accepting of a language utterly mutable,
In the night the love does grow,
Like the elements it winds and it wanes,
Yet ever do the affections flow,
Like blood as it pours from a lover’s veins,
This woman so fragile, pain in her every word,
Hands held in the silence of an embrace,
Flesh caressing flesh, a connection transferred,
Through one pair of lips to a lovely wrinkled face,
A message which life does fail,
Her somber whisper incapable of being learned,
Births a silence thick enough to inhale,
For it mourns its mother who will never return.

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I'm a student currently studying journalism at App state. Writing is my main passion in life and I currently am focused on writing a novel as my main project with poems on the side. Hopefully after an appropriate amount of time I will have written enough poems to string them together as part of one coherent theme and release a poetry book.
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Some pain and agony behind beauty…Nicely written:)


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