YOUNG BEAUTY

A young beauty delays me with whispers and play
She pleads with me to keep her company till dawn.
Curtains up roll; scented candles weep away.
Low Winds rustle; old mist dim down the town
In the stray moon light and before a set bed, I watch her shed the gown.
The night is both deep and slow
Behind an egg-shaped window we toast and drink up;
Music and delicious food keeps us aglow.
My home is far away from here; before morn, off I set.

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