Walter C. Edwards

Beauty Saved - Poem by Walter C. Edwards

A Geishas fell into my lap,
And held me like,
I should never let her go,
Some soothing words,
I conveyed,
Wish she heard a word,
That I might say,
Darkness she feels and sees,
Around her,
Keep me safe she pleads,
My mistress has betrayed me,
With my presents my beauty,
I dwarf her light,
And she is way to jealous,
To set me free,
Take me away she asks,
I say I will do anything,
To save you,
But you then must save me.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 14, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 3, 2013

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