Treasure Island

Alfred Ramos

(3-2-1945 / California)

Dreaming in Spanish

Dreaming in Spanish
Like a Spanish dancer
She twirls across the floor
In her Spanish boots
She had me aching for more
With Spanish eyes
The color of smoky gray
Just once glance lured me into a trance
And made me dance the night away
She in her Spanish dress
That wrapped her body tightly
She floated across the floor
As if she did it nightly
She swayed so seductively I swear
She put rhythm into the evening air
I felt faint among the crowd
The music pulsing so loud
And like a Spanish dancer
She took me by the hand
Pulled me closely to her
As if I was her only man
And like a Spanish lover
She caressed me to no end
I wake up with a smile
No one will comprehend
I dream of her every night
Holding my pillow tight
Can’t wait to fall asleep again
It’s a dream I hope will never end

Submitted: Monday, December 31, 2007
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