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In The Eye Of The Beholder


Paul Curtis

Her eyes of velvet hazel brown

Looked at me and then look down

Her nose twitched and she bit her lip

Then she composed herself and took a sip

She fought to suppress it for a while

Then her full lips broke into a smile

I stared at the cur vaciousness in her gown

Then her brow furrowed into a frown

Under my gaze her lashes fluttered nervously

Her eyebrows raised disapprovingly

As I looked at her figure shamelessly

Picturing her body naked before me

The skin of her cheeks flushed deep red

Then proudly she held up her head

She flicks the brunette strands of hair

Off her face as I stand and stare

I love the beautiful things in life

So what’s wrong with ogling my own wife?

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