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Rated: E · Poetry · Romance/Love · #2000886
A look at the love that lovers share.
Juliet... as she is commonly called
Relaxes in the safety of nature's flowering playgrounds;
Waiting for her Romeo, she's aware of every motion
As she listens to nature's echoing sounds.


Beyond the wonders of  her imagination,
Her thoughts sway to and fro virtual wonderland.
Her mind sets on Romeo, as she tries to understand
The love and the reality of the situation.


Her poise is with elegance,
Impeccable posture and exquisite beauty.
Within her presence there is nothing but a zone of peace,
Affection, compassion, comfort and serenity.


She is the central focus,
The brightest star in the constellation.
She commands beauty like the Queen
That commands the royal dynasty of her nation.


She is blessed with a love that is pure;
She has something so very special;
Filled with optimal ingredients, she couldn't ask for more;
Love for life that is perpetual.


Her love for Romeo, she will always cherish
With deep satisfaction and fulfillment;
She will never allow the feelings to perish
But will enjoy a calm feeling of contentment.


Life, good life, she is enjoying;
Her physique shows an exceptional beauty;
A spirit of oneness as well as a love that is appealing;
From the heart, we want for her to be happy.


Her power brings leverage
To the acute imbalance of her romance;
Her strength and vibrancy lend admiration
To her psychological countenance.


Like a spoilt child, her goals are many
And mistakes are common
But with her awesome willpower and strength of character
She can do no wrong.


Many are as good
As the best in the world
But she is lightyears
Above all the beauties unfold.


So let the critics, observers and lovers
All get a glance or say what they can;
Because, Juliet is blessed with Romeo,
A beautiful woman with a fortunate man.
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