It’s God’s Fault

 

 

Your skin has a flawless radiance

The creamy tan of a cockleshell

As sunset warms your loving face

My gaze is captured by its spell

 

The breeze blows your hair in waves

Like the ones crashing on sandy shore

I am spellbound in the moment

Wanting to stare a little more

 

The gulls sing their love on evening air

Those loving eyes above freckled cheek

See straight through the hidden me

And leave me feeling far too weak

 

And, oh, those full lips that beg my kiss

Where I am drawn in by every pout

Smile at me in the knowing way

You turn my world inside out

 

Full bosoms rise with every breath

Sitting atop legs that go for days

And I sit here completely enraptured

By your well-practiced womanly ways

 

For in this moment my heaven found

A more beautiful world shines through

And I thank all the powers above for

This blessed chance to look upon you

 

I don’t mean to come off creepy

But your beauty is so very rare

I can offer any apologies you’d like

But I can’t help it when I stare

 

Even if you were to ask it of me

I am not sure my gazing would halt

The beauty that God made in you

Is the bearer of blame and fault

 

 

 

Comments
20 Responses to “It’s God’s Fault”
  1. Nima Mohan says:

    This one is beautiful Brad !!! The depth of love in every word .. Awesome πŸ™‚ ❀

  2. Oh, to find someone who looks and feels about me that way…. Brad, if you find her, don’t let her go!

  3. Jim Borden says:

    Beautiful poem, Brad. Were you caught staring at someone again? πŸ™‚

  4. kristianw84 says:

    This is so beautiful, Brad! She should be so luck to have captured your gaze and your heart. 😍😍

  5. petespringerauthor says:

    Oh my! No wonder some guys always get the girl.

  6. Fen says:

    So romantic and beautiful πŸ’•

  7. Francisco Bravo Cabrera says:

    Great work! Lovely words Brad!

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