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Lisa's Love Jones By Kandle Jones (c)2012

This poem is about the famous painting Mona Lisa. Kandle Jones has used imagery and fabulous imaginative language to describe what could be the secrete behind the Mona Lisa's smile.

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Lisa's Love Jones

She is another man's property

Forbidden perhaps to pose for such an artist

A mirage of a slow smile on her face

Some see smirk somber sliver sly seduction

Sandy shadows personify her presence

Did you see in her encore eyes

Dreams deferred decorated delivered

In a decidedly departed deja vous?

Hidden in a brave denial

The remainder of her doting smile

Traced enhanced romanced by his hands

Attentive artistry of bleak bronze hews

Captures light behind enchanting eyes

Maybe she carries a child

Painting in her womb by her lovers brush

Swelling hearts baptizing minds as

The only work of art she will treasure

For it is so very personal

Love lights Mona Lisa's darkest daze

Painted passion lives in an impression

A hint of a smile

Least the secret be told too loud.

By Kandle Jones (c)2012

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