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Ares & Aphrodite

From the very moment my eyes beheld thee,
Full adorned, head to toe, with shells shimmering
Was when I first saw you rising from the sea
And yet, apparition of time glimmering,
You stepped from the surf and came naked to me,
I, whose darkly ephemeral murmuring
Would by exposure thus mockingly decree,
But it was you became my Aphrodite.
Ares = God of War, and a lover to:
Aphrodite = Goddess of Love
Celebrated & worshiped by the ancient Greeks, and beyond.
Written by Jade-Pandora (jade tiger)
Published | Edited 19th Feb 2018
Author's Note
This is the Italian poetic form of Ottava Rima; in this case, observing 11-syllabic line count.
The preview piece is by Russian artist Anize Strix who is also the model.
All writing remains the property of the author. Don't use it for any purpose without their permission.
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