the lady

 

tiny freckles on your face
are little stars that
never alone

red lipstick
painted on your lips
is a rally of flirt

small chandeliers
on your ears are
superficial carnivals

feet and black heels
transport a lady
to the scarlet road

 

2013

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About chester maynes

poet, and a lover of music and books.
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16 Responses to the lady

  1. unfetteredbs says:

    Love the last lines

  2. It’s such a beautiful poem!

  3. shewhowrites says:

    Do I see a continuing theme of crimson red? glad you are not feeling so indigo or violet anymore.

  4. elliebloo says:

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  5. bkant7 says:

    Awesome poem. Bravo ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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  7. Jennifer Butler Basile says:

    “Small chandeliers on her ears” – love the music of this.

    The whole poem has a great sound.

  8. chinks says:

    Chandeliers on you ears….. Wow!!!! Loved it.

  9. Shine says:

    Hey, beautiful poem, it really resonates and sink into me. And thank you for stopping by my blog today ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. “tiny freckles on your face
    are little stars that
    never alone”
    Beautiful and touching

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