My Jewel

by Asiru Abdullahi aged 18

While wondering how to describe an angel,
There came before me an amazing jewel,
Whose beauty glows as she walks elegantly,
Her astonishing eyes stares invitingly.

Behold the charming charm of a childish smile,
Drawn across her lips in a dazzling style,
Pink and tender, filled with life,
All can’t but gaze at her angelic display.

A glimpse then a stare, I got drunk,
It’s just my luck your lips were made to mock,
So intoxicating a being, so refreshing,
Indeed, she is the star that glows the brightest.

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