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Poems About Beautyby Rabbit Stu
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a piece of a longer writing project. You can view the entire project here: Poems About Beauty
The following is a piece of writing submitted by Rabbit Stu on April 24, 2008
Love SonnetDraw near and listen well to hear my tale
Of truest love and perfect joy combined -
A love like this is destined ne'er to fail;
My heart with hers shall ever be entwined.
Her eyes are quaint, perplexing to behold -
The left is green, the right like silvered frost.
With eyelids drooped, and crust in every fold,
She stops my heart with eyes so oddly crossed.
Her ears, so large they hang below her knees
Ofttimes she gets them tangled 'twixt her toes,
And other times they flap in morning breeze,
Unless she braids them with her giant nose.
The world shall never know these flaws so vile;
I'll only paint my Mona Lisa's smile.
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