Cinquain Women Poems | Cinquain Poems About Women
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my mouth never ran for words
to a wordless place
my heart never ran for blood
till it met your face
but they ran, they ran away!
my spirit had never fled astray
to the realm beyond
nor my soul ever fly away
t'where it was born
but they fled, they fled in turns!
my eyes never beheld, and true
such beaut', queer and strange
they only saw, but never knew
from where fairness came
but they saw, they saw your face!
my head did n'er think till now
that within the earth
and the universe around
"beasts" do, beauties get
but it thought with no regret!
my being was never well versed
to show grati-tude
nor were my knees made to bend
or my head to stoop
but they did, they did for you!
my heart did n'er beat like this
or not beat at all
for I, by grace, was made "king"
to rise, never fall
"and he rose, forevermore".
Copyright © Dominic Amezimi | Year Posted 2014
Rushing, fussing, fixing
Listens. Somehow always caring.
Copyright © Laura Hay | Year Posted 2015
Loving, caring and giving;
Sacrifice everything, yet so pure.
Copyright © Nitesh Aggarwal | Year Posted 2007
Tiptoeing tortuously in killer
Copyright © Nigel Fawcett | Year Posted 2015
of a woman;
the ancient instrument
Aphrodite used to inscribe
Copyright © DebbySue Guenther | Year Posted 2016