Below is the poem entitled Mona Lisa -page 4 of 6 which was written by poet
Shahwan. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Sketching a slope line
From sunset to zigzag’s hive!
Crying beaches under sky!
As shown in Mona’s
Left eye, crying lavenders
And sweet melodies cry Christ!
Where Mount Carmel sighs
Sweet wrinkled gardens to cry?
Reigns safe in the heart of Christ…
Mona Lisa’s cries
She’s a seer’s heaven’s gray sky
Saturn gave her that rare smile!!
Was Mona pale? Or night?
Seeing everything with freight!
After midnight’s express’ sight!!
She saw a dark loop
Approaching Saturn’s bright hoop
See her supple wet cheek’s gloom!?
The new sun’s alight
Straight line with Saturn’s smooth blight
Her soft nose like a clock strikes!!
Her ears were out of sight
See her dark chin’s line was sliced!!
Pasted a new face in light!
She was a dear queen
Hugged Europe on her flat screen
She was pregnant, then deceased!!
No nail polish what so far!
Poised in dignity… Not bar
Foreseeing future’s far star!!
Her elbows can swing
Gigantic galaxy’s hint!!
Nursing ours in a blink!!!
Had she reached dead end?
The whole scriptures were fulfilled
Cleansing filthiness ahead
Look through first layer
Gently!! Her face is supple
She’s a true Christian
Who’d dare look behind picture?
Three story books…Her lecture!
Da Vinci taught her
Wisdom, as he saw the heir!
Since his childhood, he knew her!!
Why did he hide real
Picture? Mona’s bliss temple?!
Da Vinci’s sacred Christian
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By: Nadia F. Shahwan - April 2009. Note: This is an innocent discovery of Mona Lisa's beauty.