Jason Pack

(February 9,1997)

My Lady Fair


You are perfect

Your blue-green eyes,
Your golden-red hair,
Your hints of perfection,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

When you smile,
No darkness is there,
You are mine,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

In the world around you,
You brighten the air,
You tear me apart,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

All your feelings,
You take to wear,
In a satin robe,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

In your eyes,
I see everything fair,
Yet you cry,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

In my head,
My defenses prepared,
You crush them to dust,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

I live for you,
To be in your air,
You push me away,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

You have all the good,
You have all the fair,
Yet you taunt me always,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

I'll end this with one last note,
I'll be out of your hair,
Just remember this,
My lady fair.

You are perfect

You dull the pain,
You dull the despair,
You dull the sadness,
My lady fair.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 08, 2011
Edited: Sunday, June 12, 2011
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  • Rookie - 0 Points Stefanie Fontker (8/2/2011 11:27:00 AM)

    This is a really sweet poem, you put a lot of heart into your writing. Your Lady Fair, sounds very fair indeed. (Report) Reply

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