Read Poetry: Flowing Form, by Stuart Aken

Form colour texture shape

Do they singly or in blend

Define what we see as beauty?


Is it how the limbs are made

The curving contours or

The hidden depths unseen?


Can genetic imperative alone

Something so banal be why

Or does some other force apply?


Undoubtedly we are attracted

Are all designed to look

And gender is no key


Despite the jests on paper bags

The face is all-important

A smile an invitation glance


When the loved one looks your way

Is it you who fills those eyes

And that one you really see?

By Stuart Aken (UK)


Genres: Love, Philosophical, Relationships, Romantic.


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