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The Last Semblance of Cleopatra

Here,she stands with all her vibrant beauty  
Lips glide softly pouring down evils  
As a blurry dream, she longs for  
The zestful oblivion of the truthís placebo  

One could lose his vision within her impeccable face  
Woman of great intellect enthralls †men & they lose their way to trace  
Moons shining bright dance among the stars to embrace  
Her, her fragile heart is aching as she has fallen from grace  

The night rises upon a forever light moment  
The infinite elegy echoes in every corner of the fortress  
She has wars in her mind between her potent hubris & weak desire of †living  
Even her death must be eloquently as the magnificient entity of her  

The venomous tongue of the snake  
On her swanlike chest  
Itsí compressive venom †
Circulated through her fair veins  
Took her breath †
It was her biggest triumph  
As she won against Godís fate
Written by bluegreen97 (Berke)
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