Walter C. Edwards
A Lady With Pearls - Poem by Walter C. Edwards
A Lady with pearls should be dinned,
in the upper most dreams that are divine,
with Caviar and wine,
till all the lights go dim,
and you wish to touch her skin,
until the morning light comes creeping,
in the bedroom window once again.
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