Treasure Island

Andrew D Robertson

(March 25,1986 / Orange, California)

I Wish She Were Mine


As I watch closely,
Expertly stalking my prey,
She still amazes me.

Her brilliant blue eyes are
Deep as the ocean floor and
As wide as the starry sky.

Her confident walk ablaze,
So stunning and rare,
Enchant all who gaze.

Her vivacious body,
So curvy and presise,
What a hottie!

She is simply devine!
If I could have one thing,
I'd wish she were mine.

Submitted: Sunday, April 04, 2010

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