Jesus James Llorico


Ode To Beauty


One cherished look, no words inferred!
Thy beauty of such profound bliss
Like soaring bird that must be heard
That longed to leave a life long kiss!
My happy eyes with utmost glee
As I secretly seek on thee

Thy hair so silky, craved so much
Endless artistry in thy smile
A face most sweet, so fair to touch
The pose that swell! a grandiose style
My lucky eyes have feast on thee
As I constantly want to see

Though it seems, thou art like water
While I did grow immersed in fire!
Love ensures it does not matter
So long as both have famed desire
My dreamy eyes have flown so free
As I certainly want to flee

Destined to be, a world apart
But in the secrets of the night
The thoughts of love do not depart
In minds and hearts both seems are right
My starry eyes...to heaven be
Fore'er my heart will dwell on thee!

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, June 17, 2013

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