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Angelic Lady

Sunlight dances upon her skin.
A classic ballet of grace.
Elegant steps, light as dandelions,
tip-toes upon her face.
Illuminated by the touch of one star,
she gazes upon the sight.
Narure beholds a masterpiece before her
set in the Monet sky.
Magnolias float in the clear ocean blue,
adrift majestic peeks.
Ivory petals bloom in heaven,
falling one-by-one in peace.
Resting upon her angelic presence,
she bathes in the midst of a breeze.
Cleansed by the breath of God,
she surrenders to sweet release.

27 Mar 07

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