Such Beauty – The Cockney Bard

Were ever your beauty to smile, ‘tis more the sanity of mind deceived and yet were ever to please a face of such beauty. Were ever more beauty to touch and grace, so sweet a charmed face, where heaven did smile before thee in celebrated glee. Oh see with eyes whom whisper silent verse, a magical spell, never to seek or tell a beauty’s tale. Fortunes bless thy skin so fair and words the poet speak so well, voice thy beauty’s fallible hell. Never thus to shame the rose but thus he did compare. ‘Twas beauty bound upon thy lips that ever more a pleasure shared, than eyes did ever see such beauty.


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