Williamsji Maveli

Rookie - 54 Points (23/04/1955 / IRINJALAKUDA)

Beauty Freehand


With shiny curls flowing over the two ears,
In a stunning color her lovely image appears,
Her splendor ensnares with every tender rays,
She shines with glamour in incredible ways
Just like a frame, most valued and blessed fine,
Her unerring grandeur shall forever remain divine.
A ravishing shade the cheeks flawlessly displays,
Many splendors by her smiles elegantly arrays.
While a mellowed shade her brow gracefully shows,
The glossy color from the lips fashionably flows
With every beam a glory to the realm spreads
That changes its colors whenever she treads.
Her loveliness is not at all lies in the facial mole,
but the factual beauty is reflected in her soul.
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Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
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By Williamsji Maveli

Email: williamsji@yahoo.com
www.moonmakers.com
www.mavelinadu.com
www.shanthinagar.com

Comments about this poem (Beauty Freehand by Williamsji Maveli )

  • Rookie - 314 Points Hardik Vaidya (2/12/2013 8:50:00 AM)

    Subhan Allah, never has the mole been so enticing and when ever I spy one I will feel more rejuvenated. (Report) Reply

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