Stanley Oguh

Rookie - 79 Points (06-06-1992 / Lagos, nigeria)

PERFECTION


You're an epitome of beauty,
Embellish with every beauty of heaven.
A radiant star even in the darkest of the night,
So elegant and glamorous.
You're so precious like diamond,
Difficult to get hard to lose.
A flower in the world of thorns,
Irreplaceable and incomparable.
A light in a dark world,
Magnificent in the eyes of men.
You're a unique treasure,
You're priceless.
A voyage of knowledge,
With a touch of supernatural brilliance.
A million times an angel,
Blessed with an astonishing smile.
A diva amongst beauty queens,
Created out of the ordinary.
You're a bed of rose,
So rare and so precious.
You're an amazing being to behold,
Engraved with every happiness of heaven.
An exceptional lady,
Created with the priceless gift of womanhood.
You're a symbol of divine happiness,
Crafted with every alloy of perfection.
You're the apple of God's eyes,
And the heartbeat of his heart.
A lady of great attribute,
With a touch of class.
You're a gift for humanity,
With a heart polished with gold.
A dear friend and a sweetheart,
With a touch that never pains.
A lady of Godly character,
Blessed amongst women.
If perfection is what you're searching for? ,
Just remain the same.
For you're a beacon of good morals,
And the dream of every man.

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 08, 2013
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