On this beautiful day how can I compare thee.
Your smile is more vibrant then the blossom on any plant or of any tree,
Warming my heart with its beauty,
Melting it so very blissfully.
Your eyes that reach deep into my soul,
With just one fleeting glance I am lost in it all.
The aroma of your body which smells so very sweet,
More than the honey from any honey bee.
Your skin to the touch, so gentle and soft,
Smother than the finest silk from any silk moth.
Your lips that kiss so very gently,
My mind now full flights of fantasy.
Your voice sounds more beautiful, then the song bird's finest song.
It penetrates my heart, making it beat and skip along.
Your heart more pure then freshly fallen snow,
Warm to the touch,
But the purest white of them all.
It's your beauty that takes my breath away,
Like the cold breeze on a freezing winters day.
Can I compare your radiant glow of your face to the brightest star?
No my darling, cos all the stars in heaven know who you are.
Can I compare your soft warm embrace?
No, because there is nothing on this planet more gorgeous then your face.
You sometimes say my words are very sweet,
But they are and never will be as sweet as the breath you breathe into me.
Is there is nothing in this world that I can compare to thee,
No my love, because without you in the world, it would be a cold, dark, lonely place full of misery.
By Gregory Crago 2013
Topic of this poem: love
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