Poetry by Jeff Green

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Beauty

by cricketjeff on April 11, 2009.  © Jeff Green, All rights reserved

With cherry lips and hazel eyes
A nose you know you have to kiss
A giggle at the sweet surprise
What finer sight for man than this?

A wiggle as she walks away
A little wink you can’t dismiss
You know she’s in the mood for play
What finer sight for man than this?

Alone at last a time to talk
Suggestions of some mutual bliss
Are you prepared to walk the walk?
What finer sight for man than this?

With cherry lips and hazel eyes
What finer sight for man than this?

Author notes

A Kyrielle sonnet, iambic tetrameter with a French style rhyme and repeat line scheme of AbaB cbcB dbdB AB the repeated lines being the capital letters, AabB etc rhyming is also allowed and there ought to be a volta in a decent place and the, unrhymed, couplet needs to make sense.