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Upon a second look
by dan Rosenhagen

Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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What is deep inside thee, is the real you


Upon a second look

Her beauty touched the sensitivity of his eyes.
 
 
Slender she was, her curving figure stemmed into a delicately radiant facial blossom,
only known to be seen in orchids’ petal,
and the wings of butterflies.
 
Passions limbs stretch, they reach desperately reaching, rooted in hearts desire’s chamber, branching into and beyond the clouds of soul’s skies.
 
In time they will bear fruits;
the birthing of trust,
the rearing of compassion,
dedicated faith,
the tender loving of life,
and the yearning of freedom.
 
Her emotions were seen through eye’s windows, perched there on spiraling edges,
unfolding in graduations from one grade to the next.
 
Endless degrees of depth revolving,
evolving in revolution,
traversing twisting circles without conclusions,
only to start again from different perspectives of its living coil.
 
 
Seeing this,
her beauty then touched the sensitivity of his heart.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reviewed by Axilea MU 12/31/2012
There is a spiritual experience in observing beauty, although it can also become the realization that it is just one of many games that nature plays. Underneath the orchid's petal, the butterfly's wing, the youthful smile, there is the common essence of all things, living or dead, old or young, pretty or repulsive. Maybe his heart was selective and its sensitivity could only be reached by her own sensitivity carried on the wings of beauty. Maybe.

Axilea
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 8/15/2012
Deep inside of You *dan* lives
a wondering soul with a tender
heart to back it up...gathered
from this lovely piece of using
time for a "second look" made
worthy....Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 8/15/2012
lovely closing in this
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/15/2012
It is strange how faces affect us. We read so much in an expression or detail on the face of another.

Ron
Reviewed by Diana Wiles 8/15/2012
Beautifully worded and crafted...a truly delicate work af art...
Diana..
Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/15/2012
a search of soul as much as a quest for passion
and physicality..you are very much in touch here,
Dan

john
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 8/14/2012
Ah! This is touching! So deep a love!

Love ya!

Jane



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