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Poem – Quiet Beauty by Julie Kovacs March 8, 2015

Posted by vscorpiozine in poetry, romantic poetry, Veteran Poets.
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          Quiet Beauty

I never saw a face as beautiful as yours

your smile is never far behind me

seen in a silent film

where your sapphire eyes spoke volumes to me

even though your world is in shoddy black and white

you made my life a rainbow of full color.


Julie Kovacs lives in Sarasota, Florida. Her poetry has been published in Circle Magazine, Children Churches and Daddies, Because We Write, Illogical Muse, Poems Niederngasse, Aquapolis, The Blotter, Danse Macabre, Silver Blade, The Camel Saloon, Falling Star, Blue and Yellow Dog, Veil, Moria, Nether, and Cherry Bleeds. She is the author of two poetry books: Silver Moonbeams, and The Emerald Grail. Her website is at http://thebiographicalpoet.blogspot.com/


1. bzniditch - March 8, 2015

Julie Kovac’s trenchant and cool realistic yet romantic poem proliferates in lovingly clear images, moves her sensibility for us to

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