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Beauty in a Summer Breeze
by Phillip  Knox

Swallowed in a dream of bliss
and sunset berry kisses
in the still of azure skies
I gaze into your eyes.
Your candy sweet lips
hynotize, mesmerize my soul
making me speak with a lisp,
brisk and untold.
I'm lost for words at such beauty
it eloquently defies,
eludes my mind
like visions in a summer breeze-
hard to define.
I would steal polyanthus 
and lay beds of jasmine
and touch you with the sweetest passion,
as I outline your face by candles;
if I could allure you,
for you inspire me.
I want to liberate your heart 
as you exhale pressures with me.
How may I explore the depths of you,
open you like oceans-
feel your emotions, your affections
in truth your very essence?
I'm held captive by your style
come away with me for awhile,
beguile me with a smile-
there are pleasures to find.
Your silhouette in the shadows of my mind
tantalizes every thought 
every curve in movements of poetic lines
this pantomime in part.
Your finger tips drip elegence 
in the moonlight mist 
this sensation, so right with the ambience,
and you here with me, Ms.
She is delicate as a lily 
flawless as a pearl
in sea blue strands of tapestry 
which colors my world.
        
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Poem ID: 87233   Poem Posted: 12/1/2008
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