Dedicated to every woman striking a pose in my picture collection…
Beauty Before Me
Once upon a moment we shared,
That look in her eye, do I dare?
In a quiet place, our hearts be still,
A rush to judgment, but was she there?
God forsake my wandering mind
Or could it be that sparked divine?
What questions mill beneath affinity,
Will he rush or bide his time?
My desire begins with a taste of sweet
So pleasing you, my au fait complete,
I choose to do and faithfully wallow,
In all that you are; precious and unique.
In deed, in dare, I court your savory prize,
I surrender to the lure, but to devise,
Foolhardily a masterpiece so rich in seduction,
I penned the master plan of my demise.
For in your esteem is the moment enchanted
Be it doom or destiny the seed is planted
Commence the pleasure or end my pain,
Whatever the direction – don’t leave me stranded.
Inspired by women blissfully ignorant of my adoration for beauty so simple and pure.