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Tre'Onna Boone


A Lady


A lady makes mistakes,
but she knows when she's wrong,
A lady never jingles,
but never is without,
A lady sit nice,
not with defying clothes,
she cleans up nice,
never more than her toes,
A lady of course,
Maybe more,
maybe less,
A lady enjoys her days,
Never pickled,
never stressed
Just a lady,
average jane,
makes you love her more,
but never the same,
she impresses you more than you can image,
just something she does,
the way she walks
talks,
and even exclams
A lady,
that; s what she is
A precious lady.

Submitted: Monday, May 24, 2010

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