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A Beautiful Form
by R. D. Ashby
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  There is more than meets the eye
in the beautiful form of a woman,
the sinuous shapes that clothes sharpen
or limbs reveal, the sublimity

of her head of hair, facial features
that startle this world into a sense
of its worth, wherever she looks it turns
in acknowledgment, in raptures

it lifts her into the gaze of every man
she passes, dreamlike she seems; but in her
is the continuum of her mortal nature,
utterance of the commonplace, and plan

for living, her nudity in the shower
is basic awareness, it remains with her,
a lodestar in the battering of appraisal
as something else, what is made of her.
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November 30, 2008
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