Extraordinarily infinite

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I thought she was good-looking.
How could I know she makes beauty blush in her presence.

I thought she talked nicely.
How could I know her speech was poetry.

I thought her walking style was good.
How could I know her stride was as graceful as a doe.

I thought she had a decent voice.
How could I know her song could bring out all the stars in the sky.

I thought she had a pretty smile.
How could I know her smile could arrest the Sun.

I thought she was fairly clever.
How could I know she puts all wisdom to shame.

Mistaken, was I in every aspect of hers.
Ordinarily limited, I thought her.
Extraordinarily infinite, she proved herself.

And, I had to surrender.

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Srinath

Srinath

Tired of a normal life. Afraid of a different one. I’ve taken refuge in Poetry and dreams. Aspiring Aspirer.