Poems about beauty - 031710b Can I Use Your Beauty

031710b Can I Use Your Beauty - Poem by Manonton Dalan

blue rubber muted bells on the floor
so pretty never been move for long
sunk an inch on carpet maybe more
music has died down since spring
forgotten and never reminded again
so busy with clubs and putting green

if that has ever posses a warm heart
i could imagine what came and depart
i might have bruises or saddened face
listening and reasoning, whatever flares
courting her for sweet moment of time
with flowers, movies, trips and finest dine

i have to move it somewhere i can't see
so as not to remind me of bleaker day
maybe beneath my bed so when i sit up
might interest me to grasp a few curls
maybe more, i could never tell really
besides i can't used in writing poetry