My Answer to the Question

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
I will leave the interpretation of this poem up to the you.

Submitted: July 25, 2012

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Its mane shimmers in light luminescing from the being itself gloriously.

With its claws like curved knives and its overwhelming muscles your life is nothing, its lack of action is the sole reason for your existence.

Its face is adorned with twin burning rubies of size and brilliance unparalleled.

Eyes that see through you down to the fragile center of your absolute core, eyes like the ocean, so deep you cant see the bottom expect before these eyes the ocean is a drop.

Crippling terror and complete admiration hit you like waves, then you notice something, its looking at you with jealous consuming love in its eyes.

It encompasses your remedy and everything you need.

To know this being would be a fate too wonderful for a man a thousand times more worthy.

You could sit here forever without a desire for anything else.


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