Garrett Bradley

Rookie (09/06/1993 / Moreno Valley)

Beautiful Tragedy Poem by Garrett Bradley


unspeakable beauty, a walking perfection
you were like my small slice of heaven
immaculate in every way, what else can I say
you were the only reason I looked forward to the next day
Indescribable because you are too wondrous for words
You had a physique that drew men in herds
When you flashed your soft hazel eyes it was impossible for me to disguise
My true intentions of searching your thighs for that ultimate surprise
But we were simply reduced to 'Hi's' and 'Bye's'
And I never revealed my feelings, I just let you walk on by
But still I wonder, could we have loved each other
Perhaps I could've saved you from your blunder
But instead I sat back and watched those white lines take you under

Submitted: Thursday, July 26, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 27, 2012

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