My Beauty Queen

My Beauty Queen

I don’t know what may happen if you entered for a beauty pageant
Gladly, it doesn’t matter here
[Placing my right hand across my chest and over my heart]
Here there’s only one crown, one judge and one contestant,
There’s no second possible outcome.
You are my uncontested beauty queen.

Models stretched out on beach sand, clad in bikinis –
That may fit the cold covers of glossy magazines;
A pointed nose, full lips and long shapy legs
Can make a fine photograph, yes;
But what makes a real woman is on the inside!

From the angle you sit in every conversation
And the fresh perspective you bring to our arguments;
To  your warm demeanor and gentleness;
Oh! and the pure joy of your attendant naughtiness;
Your solid character and the cool charisma;
Wisdom crowns that li’l head of yours
And the soles of your feet bear compassion.
From crown to sole my dear…

You are just beautiful!

When I look through the tenderness of your eye
I enter a world where my many fantasies lie
So don’t be careful when you smile
I don’t mind my heart racing a mile.
Your beauty sinks beyond the eyes of this beholder
To touch the bottom of his soul;
That’s why in my heart, I reserved a little throne
So you can be my beauty queen.



35 thoughts on “My Beauty Queen” by Tee Akindele (@teez)

  1. What I like about this is its plainness, it makes the piece all the more sweet. Well done Tee!

  2. Simple,plain and sweet
    very nice.

    1. Anderson Paul, I’m glad you think so. Thanks

      1. yep,you are welcome
        hoping to see more.

  3. beautiful,very beautiful,very very beautiful,I’m so proud to be a girl,hope my D; sees this,hehehe I’m a beauty queen.
    Thank you.

    1. You are welcome Sis. I’d be very glad if the poem actually provokes such a special feeling. You got every reason to be proud about your femininity hey! …And thanks

  4. This is so sweet! I love it! I hope the girl in question knows that she is one lucky beauty and don’t tell me you were just writing for the sake of writing..i won’t buy it! well done!

    1. @Estrella, take am easy now, eh! :D Persin no go just write someting like dis for writing sake, eh?

      1. Abi o! Emma, thank you jare

    2. I’m glad you like the poem Estrella… And she should know abi?

  5. Awww…this is so sweet!

    1. Is it? I’m sure glad you too think so. Thanks

  6. Tee, making us blush ehn?
    Real nice! You know na.

    1. Only those that wanna blush do so, hm? For a man to enter the core of womanhood like this, for you, kinda leaves you ‘exposed’, right? :) Bone am, jo!

      1. You are really making this more interesting Emmanuella

    2. [LOL] ok, I don’t mind anyone blushing… I don’t mind Remi telling me if I succeeded either. :)

      1. @RemiRoy, hm, I bet when 2face Idibia sang “You are my African Queen…”, you blushed, abi? Na every man wey tell woman say dem b queen go ‘blush’, hm? Na so we fit melt like dis, hm? Easy, easy… Yes, I am proud of my womanhood, of course, but I can’t hide that fact some men cannot accept a thing of beauty without first making it ugly… I just quoted Obi Egbuna’s book THE MADNESS OF DIDI. Hm. :)

  7. Mazi Nwonwu (@Fredrick-chiagozie-Nwonwu)

    Talking points. Good one.

  8. Nice peom, Tee, looks like the female persona is your forte :D, I’ve seen two of your poems already and they have the one theme: Woman! Lol, I’m a fan. Keep it up.

    1. Thanks for the kindness merrymae. Ehm, however, the two poems you saw are the only two I have posted on N.S. for now, I’ve actually written several other poems(http://poetry.tee-akindele.com) that have nothing to do with women or a love relationship with a woman. But thanks again.

  9. I go love o! Lol.
    This is really nice.

    1. Lol. I’m glad you like it sha

  10. I love the simplicity and the sincerity of the words. Though it didn’t make me blush, I did feel a bit of envy for the chick that inspired it…lol. Nice one Tee.

    1. Mercy, my main madam, how far? :D I hail, o!

      1. Mastress!!! E don really tey o!!..I am ver good though very busy at the moment…How you dey?

    2. Thanks mercy, I’m glad you liked it too

  11. This is a good one tee.

    well done!!!

    1. Glad you think so Bro. Thanks

  12. Yup, this was ze post I read that got me bouncing off to the everyday poetry blog thing to check out your poems. Tee..sigh…this is simply beautiful.

    I have read poems of yours that have nothing to do with the female but sir, if women inspire you to write this good; its a good thing oh. Some of us, na gari bi our muse.

    lol hahaha You’ll learn in time to not take me too seriously when I get this way. But this is good .

    Well done!

    1. did you mean garri? If so, I agree that can be a very inspiring item itself. LOL, whatever makes us write abi? Thanks for your kind and encouraging comment anyway.

  13. Awwww…what a lucky girl! Your poem is beautiful…

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