• Others 25.07.2007

    Silence permeates the vicinity of a goddess,
    As sacred movements light eyes like torches.
    Not one disrespectful word is uttered aloud,
    For the beauty of a goddess stills the crowd.

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    Silence permeates the vicinity for a goddess,
    As sacred movements light eyes like torches.
    Not one disrespectful word is uttered aloud,
    For the beauty of a goddess stills the crowd.

    Her godly grace renders spectators senseless;
    For a few moments…every heart is breathless.
    Mouths drop open, for she brightens their day;
    Desparately clinging…while her beauty stays.

    This goddess anticipates the dumb silence;
    Suspended thoughts–in dreams of chances.
    As the world turns, it hesitates with a pause,
    While the whole creation produces a clause.

    Laws have not been written to justify beauty,
    Nor command a stricken jaw–a sensible duty.
    Don’t let her catch your heart making worship;
    It is illegal to pray to this goddess in fellowship.

    Eager eyes will dare not rush–into commitment;
    Tho’ beauty fills man with a lust of contentment.
    Aim the look any direction, but at this goddess;
    And the spectator who breaks silence, is oddest.

    Keep doing…what you are doing–a little slower;
    If you’re suppose to speak at all, please whisper.
    A lump-in-the-throat is enough to hail her honor;
    And your willing silence–indicates a heart donor.

    The goddess left the vacinity–a pause in time;
    Business as usual–man’s lustful clock unwinds.
    Did you see those curves?…flesh dares to speak;
    In honor of a goddess, beauty exposes the weak.
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