Lee John Siebritz

Rookie (12 March 1985 / Cape Town)

First Impressions


When he first saw her
She dazzled him
She was everything to him
He wanted to ravage her

When he first saw her
She engulfs him like the sea
Her beautiful long lashing eyebrows and hair
Sent vibrations jumping wild within him

When he first saw her
She looked so young
Her mocha skin glistened in the wind
While her hair flailed like petals scattering

When he first saw her
She drove him mad
Mad with passion and lust
He had to have her

When he first saw her
He could take it no more
She was to be shaped by his being
She was to be his forever more!

Submitted: Wednesday, September 21, 2005

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