Enchantment short poem

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Walking Summers dusky haze
I glimpsed her golden hair
Her femininity attracts my eye
Her graceful gait I espy

Barefooted she stands
Long white dress so pure
Fair Complexion healthy and kind
Her looks encapsulate my mind

Butterflies flutter by
In her beauty Enchantment reigns
Dragonflies dash to and fro
To bathe in her afterglow

Hitherto not the courage
to ask her hand
As she is the Sun the moon the stars
And I am merely the land

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