Josh Alfred (02/27/89)
Give us pleasure, nature's eyes
All aesthetics fashioned, nude.
From valleys low, mountains high.
From the open, to what secludes,
From the grounds, to the skies
As in mysteries which collude.
May we become apprised
To her many delightful moods.
As all things in beauty do arise
From what the beholder will exclude.
All forms in light and matter devised
In minute pleasures she exudes.
Let no man but lone despise
What of eyes may only allude,
The faintness of beauty's guise;
For in time she is made renewed.
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