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Mona Lisa -page 6 of 6
Mona Lisa is Looking directly with fizz Loving life more than slaying Her bent left arm looks Curving as rushed water goes Few miles into Sinai cove Her left side’s dark cheek A map of bliss’ Middle East Tsunami comes to seek rear Big N is a road Jordan River lifts thug load The Dead Sea drinks a cup cold Two lines cross center Divide the picture’s structure A pyramid’s top pixel The world’s lavenders Must have read the deep scriptures Since it’s top invisible! Tilt Mona at six Dark clouds fill up soft basins A new chapter, written with Lean to quarter till See nature’s wonders begin? Two mountains are blending in Prop her upward so Seems relaxing on her board Her nose bled for tomorrow Her pale hair behind Natural curls, severe freight Compressing exotic loaf tight Who’s praying behind? For flowery peace’s kind? Guess the Saint’s name without fright? If slimming picture Lengthwise… a blood line outlines Looks alike to Mayan calc Meditative smile! Burga challenged Mona’s height Alignment’s center’s bright The sun greets meadows! Sifting darkest clouds by force Pretty brooks feed our Lord With fraternal love! Quilt lands wrap up joyful doves A new world with profound buds. 6 of 6 By: Nadia F. Shahwan – April 2009 -This poem reflects my innocent observation to analyze the Mona Lisa's beauty.
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