The Perfect Soul

September 17, 2009
By Kaavon GOLD, Carson, Mississippi
Kaavon GOLD, Carson, Mississippi
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Words, so powerless and innocent as they are as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them.

Brown eyes,
Like the most beautiful hues of now and ever,
Like all the purest intricacies in life,
Like anything possible and everything worth believing,
Yet they can not possibly reveal what she is,
A confident stride,
Each step another affirmation of worth,
A heavenly traipse,
A marvelous promenade,
Her sil like the most beautiful and terrifying light,
Her voice like the sweetest most profound sensuality,
Potential, immeasurably vast,
The world at her door ready for conquering,
All she desires, so very close,
Her heart among the hieghts of precious things,
A heart with the power of limitless benevolence,
A heart of so many majestic things,
Like nothing in soul or mind,
Her touch to this world, saccharine and forever,
Her idea, bold and intoxicating,
She, sultry recrudescence and hope.

The author's comments:
This piece is a rewritten version of my very first meaningful poem. I hope you all have muses as well.

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