Treasure Island

Zandi Wardle

(South Africa)

Have You Met Her?


One glimpse at her and you already have an idea…
Firm and yet easy on the eyes…you will look and look again
Her eyes so catchy you’d swear she is about to say something…relax
She is calm by nature, yet with that sensual structure that makes you want to keep stiring…
I know…
Do they tremble?
Gee! ! ! Are you kidding me?
Just a few words make them gush in her stream of wisdom
Think of her as that Good Samaritan with a tint of the underground sexy
With her warm presence, let her grace you with her titivating spark,
Her majesty… try that!
she is 'that girl' you won't believe is single! ! !

Submitted: Monday, July 22, 2013
Edited: Thursday, November 14, 2013
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