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David Hart


An Admirable Man


'An Admirable Man' by David Hart

Inquisitive women wonder where
his secret lies.
An intriguing man with
an evocative mind.

It's the strength of his charms
The span of his mind
A rumbling tenor of his laugh
The flash of his eyes
He's a well experienced man
An admirable man

He enters a room as casual
as he pleases
And the yearning eyes of the
women follow him
Some fall to their knees

It's the fire of his thought
The flash of his wit
The song in his heart
The ecstasy of his kiss

He's a man. An extraordinary gent,
A mesmerizing tantalizing man

Women endlessly wonder
at his enigmatic smile
They can't touch his mystic style
He's a magnificent man,
An admirable man

To the ladies he's always
giving them hints.
But they are left exasperated
They simply can't get a handle
on his gift

He's a great man, a delighting man
With a glide in his slide
A man of tempestuous style
and scintillating grace

He doesn't speak loud
He doesn't have to act proud
His actions and words set the
girls in a whirl

He's a man of monumental personality
He's a man, a man of gargantuan glee
He's a fantastic gent, an admirable man

Submitted: Monday, March 09, 2009

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