Paula Glynn

(December 1980 / Essex, Britain)

I Fell In Love With A Man


I saw him at the other table,
The cafe having another busy day,
And I knew it was love.

His eye caught mine,
And I smiled,
My heart going crazy with desire.

I walked up to him and spoke,
I greeted him with a friendly hello,
A smile and an easy joke.

Things moved forward,
And how I loved that first kiss,
His love always on my wish list.

His looks, personality and love of life,
Got me hooked instantly,
For I fell in love with a man.

I knew that people could only dream,
What we have so surreal,
But also very real.

He is my friend, my lover, my confidant,
He released my fears,
And he is never a stranger.

He comforts me in difficult times,
He makes the turning of the pages of time,
Easier to deal with.

What we have is unique,
And shall last forever,
His love opening this heart.

And my heart feels passion with a fever,
My body temperature burning with desire,
My glamorous heels only too happy to walk,
With the man I fell in love with.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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  • Tiku . (2/12/2014 5:01:00 AM)

    My glamorous heels only too happy to walk, is nice.liked it. (Report) Reply

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