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Lupita's Request
Lupita…forgive me, For I would never sin from these lips, Such words that would spoil the beauty of your existence; But if you requested such a crime, I’d argue for remnants of your time, And charm you as my fatal audience. Of these things I would cite verbally, Would be the origin of shape, gifted upon your figure, Those curves that gave birth to the unpredictable patterns of life, Swaying the adoration of midnight flesh, into these new testaments of woman. How simply intoxicating is this craving? To bear witness to chocolate unspoiled, as it lay peacefully naked over maker’s canvas; Let it not melt away, before millions can sample its sensuous glow. Perhaps art can be reborn from such stillness, While wasted labels could fade into retirement, Convincing the almighty to revise the structure of Eve, And acknowledge this last miracle…Lupita. What else could be molded from this paradise, but a Queen’s thoughts and motives? If there is nothing but truth in this crime, then I’ve painted the solitude of heaven, perfectly.
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