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short poem on a woman's majesty


Submitted:Oct 22, 2013    Reads: 7    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


i have none of your venician beauty

or your amsterdam charm but

i have a heart of paris

but they say rome was built on ruins

the eternal city

i'm the city of one thousand spires

i'm my own cleopatra

the queen and conqueror of

a majestic capital

you may be new york

but they say god created the world in six days

and devoted the seventh to Rio

i am the carnival queen.





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