On all reflective surfaces I see your face,
Beauty framed by blonde,
My reverie when gazing into space,
Drowns within your soul and far beyond.
The saint and angel both envy and deny,
Bow and so despair,
For you are mine and they are left to cry
Eternal tears of liquid-krystal prayer.
Your eyes are brilliant azure, snowdrop chips,
Of beauty so divine,
I feel krystalline fragments spark on your lips
Whereupon they meet and engage with mine.
Of chandelier lucidity I am endowed,
To drink your loveliness,
And plight a troth of rainbows so avowed,
Forever to the heart beneath your breast.
Copyright © Tony Bush | Year Posted 2006
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