Beauty and the Beast

Down a burning sky

Stand: the Tall, Beautiful and the Shy

In bright colors, looking great

Excited each to get a date

But a date with a fluttering knight

Ends up when dies sun light

Almost don’t come winds as dream ships

And that’s true between kisses and lips

“Lilith” painting by John Collier

Smiles may turn in to tears

For one moment may blow up what’s built over years

One moment reach feelings the peak

No more minds master, everything’s gone weak

A man’s born from a child

Beauty’s the prey as he gets wild

No more roses glitter

Although butterflies still flutter

All may ask, and they should know

Where does beauty go!

” Beauty did dig its own grave,

When, innocence, for free it gave”

All roses sensitivity reflect

Few sensitive, you may select

Because not gold everything glitters; never doubt

That’s what life all about

Life’s a story of Beauty and the Beast

And what means beauty without a beast!

                                                                                                                             

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39 thoughts on “Beauty and the Beast

  1. …beauty is life when life unveils her holy face. But you are life and you are the veil.
    Beauty is eternity gazing at itself in the mirror. But you are eternity, and you are the mirror …
    The Prophet – Kahlil Gibran

  2. I love this Mira I see it as the ravages of age and life on the innocence of beauty! I love they way you wrote this and I love the picture. altogether a wonderful post! xx

    • I never unveil what was on mind when I write any of my poems because art is a reflection of the deep&each can see it his own way, but you’ve hit some point…&thanks for the sweet comment; it’s’always pleasure to see such passion to beats i jot down papers…
      Thanks again

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