Thursday, September 13, 2018

George Onsy writes and paints


O feminine beauty,
That calls loud the senses,
That attracts, traps an’ captures
To dominate and enslave  
Those who have long been  
Dreaming of a Liberty of Will.

Here in my painting,
Long time ago,
I traced your structure
Woven out of fragile braids
Of soft weightless hairs
That vulnerably wait for
Those blind winds of time
To inevitably come
And sweep them all away
Sweep them all away.

O feminine beauty,
Bear always in mind that
Unless you're strongly cleaved
To the immortal soul
Residing deep within
Your honeyed flesh cage
You will never, never last
But only in lamentable
Images of memories past.

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