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Refining beauty



Refining beauty
By jocodi on 02/16/2010
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Unlike a Neanderthal
(men the world over are known to be),
he selectively picks and pecks
away at the keyboard.
Hoping to convey his special message of love
to his distant love.
She is so petite. So cute. So adorable.
Just the thought of her likeness
brings a smile to his face.
She is knowingly aware of her charm,
her attractiveness.
Her beauty gets the best of her vanity.
She makes light of her appearance,
testing, trying to torment
his heart and mind,
as
she explains her beauty as captivating,
her eyes a deep, reflective mirror,
sure to attract and steal away
any man's soul and desire...
She continues on her discourse,
unaware that so very, very far,
yet so very, very close,
there is a God in heaven
that has noticed her display
and hears her boasts.
Humility is a gift of God.
She will soon become a recipient.
He will open her heart
more than she herself would ever allow.
She will become vulnerable.
He will allow a river to flow,
waters to run;
as never before surfaced,
deeply-entrenched feelings
become exposed.
Instead of pride,
she will yearn.
She will gasp.
She will faint.
She will be sick in love
with her new distant love.

© By jocodi On 2/16/2010 3:54:24 PM
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