The Presence Of Majesty

Majesty (unfortunanently this is full of cleches)

 The sound of his roar throbbed throughout my body

My very soul wanted to leave my being and go with him

HIs mane like the sun

HIs eyes bright as coals

With the apperance like that of flames burning deep with in his eyes

HIs broad chest like a wall muscles rippling beneith his coat

His firmly planted forelegs full of power

Mighty power and strength

Large paws adorned with eight deadly sharp curved daggers gleeming silver in the sunlight

His mind not that of a beast instead it is one great in wisdom understanding and complexity like that of a man but greater

Though I choose many words to describe him and his countenance

I know there is one word that describes him wholly

Majesty glorious power and greatness, and truely his is impossible of just description

Hi is one thing

The greatest word is the one I choose for his description

Majesty glorious unsurpassable

Majesty.

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poetvix 6 years ago from Gone from Texas but still in the south. Surrounded by God's country.

Ah, the king himself. It sounds as if you are desribing the most noble Asland.


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poeticColor22 6 years ago from The Coast Author

indeed :}


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Wrath Warbone 6 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio

Hi. I wonder if you could do some videos along with you or someone else reciting your poems. I bet it would be good, and different.


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poeticColor22 6 years ago from The Coast Author

What do you mean, like dance?

Or just like artistic videos?


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Wrath Warbone 6 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio

No, not dance. Not even yourself in the video, necessarily. Just moving picures to go with the audio. Just artisic videos.


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Joy56 6 years ago

no wonder you wanted to go along with this creature, who would not..... lovely hub.


Doug Turner Jr. 5 years ago

I liked the poem and didn't have problem with cliches. The only problem I had was the immediate misspelling of "unfortunately" and "cliches" before I even started the poem! Fix this please!

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