A Chapter by Gregory Stires



Roman goddess of beauty and love,

Mother of cupid.

You who spark the fire of love within

both mortals and divine alike,

Goddess whom beauty comes from within,

Lady born of uranus testicles.

Goddess who rose from the sea foam,

The dove your sacred bird

whom represents the purity of love,

Mighty olympian whose beauty and love is unrivaled,

Companion to those who are struck

with love's arrow,

Mighty goddess who lights the

fiery passion within the hearts of both

mortals and gods alike,

Lady venus i honor thee,

May you light the fire of love with in us

and guide us to our soulmate.

By Gregory David Stires

© 2016 Gregory Stires

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Gregory Stires
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Added on February 12, 2016
Last Updated on February 12, 2016
Tags: goddess, roman god, roman mythology, poetry