She; Cameth From Heaven


She hails in pride and beauty,
Like helios in all her glory,
Standing high; Amidst acres of dreams,
The ivory lust; As she glows in shades of white,
Beaming her climax;
Of grace and allure,
Russet outlined;
Making ‘em stare with wistful eyes.

The manor in all her majesty,
Witnessing; the smiles that win,
Rising high in the heavenly plains,
Beholding memories of nostalgic eons.

Her image; engraved on my heart,
And the memories there; forever,
Beginth; of a new story,
A place cameth from heaven.

(The poem is an effort to appreciate the beauty and glamor of the College House, UOC)

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