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The time stopper

The time stopper
By Stephen on 06/16/2011
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Her beauty catches me like a net,
And staring in her eyes conflict with a threat,
Not to thee life, at least I don’t think so; but joy and appeal which allows
Human nature to touch emotions dept.
Her beauty stopped time, and pleased this mind,
Shivering with astounding thoughts, and never stopping to
Think about my companion there in my arms, but relishing the amazement of her beauty,
Relishing the thoughts electrifying my conception
And denouncing everything that stood before me and beside me;
Her beauty stopped time, and in that awe,
I would marry infidelity and steal a moment with
The time stopper.
Her beauty stopped time and I lost my direction
Rejecting all distraction, my mind isn’t doing well,
Her beauty singing with a harmonious flute
And she stood there looking even more beautiful than that of a fruit,
Perhaps a apple; I’m a prisoner handcuffed inside of admiration,
But life imprisonment is my destiny if time remains constant,
I’m a guilty man; and to my wife, I’m sorry
But how can a man get frighten and intimidated by
One who existed just now?
If beauty is her curse, then her life is imprecated all over
And as cast a daunting spell over this life.

© By Stephen On 6/16/2011 6:35:42 PM
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