About Poetry and About You
The sieving of feelings,
The choosing of elegant words,
The juggling of meanings,
A window to the realm of thoughts.
I dare say this about poetry,
And I dare say this about you,
Like an embellishment of the real,
Or an enrichment of what is in view.
A sieve for the good attain,
Confident of the righteousness,
Barring out the ugly or vain,
Emphasazing the graciousness.
Yes! Your eyes see only the beauty,
While your lips express the ambrosian,
And your voice rejoices with the duty,
Of the precision of your words chosen.
As a gazer of your elegant mind,
To a treasure I daren’t compare it,
Since trapped in a chest it can hide,
And it is more like a window to admire it,
Open to an infinity horizon beyond,
Where chivalrous words gallantly dwell,
Matching your eyes, smiles and hair blond,
You are the poetry with whom in love I fell.