The Eyes of Harddwch

December 8, 2010
By TimmothyMark GOLD, Hertford, North Carolina
TimmothyMark GOLD, Hertford, North Carolina
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Favorite Quote:
"I can do all things through Christ who stregthens me." - Phillipians 4:13


Who is this whose eyes alone rival the beauty of the sea?
How could such small things be a marvel for all to see?
Beauty itself seems to have manifested itself in this woman’s divine blue eyes.
It now holds the same sweet shade of blue that is shared by the skies.
A swift gaze can infatuate a man, for he has never seen such a wondrous gaze.
They will come by the thousands to be looked upon by her, though they must wait for days.
I hope and pray each and every day to the Lord on high,
That someday upon me, her precious gaze may lie.


The author's comments:
Harddwch is the welsh term for "Beauty". To someone whose name comes from the Welsh.

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on Jan. 6 2011 at 10:36 am
TimmothyMark GOLD, Hertford, North Carolina
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Favorite Quote:
"I can do all things through Christ who stregthens me." - Phillipians 4:13

The person whom this poem is about is unique in the fact that her inner beauty is equal to her outer beauty. So when I tell of her outer beauty, her inner beauty shares the same reguard.

S M Wells said...
on Jan. 5 2011 at 3:09 pm
Still daydreaming about meeting a beauty? Pray tell me do expect to find her? I shouldn't care about a handsome guy. I only want one with a good heart. That's why I guess I don't bother to daydream about romance.


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