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Sir Bear

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Jasmine is many things
its a best selling Novel
a Delicious Tea
Jasmine is a flower
that smells delightful
for hours....
but jasmine is also
the woman thats captured
Jasmine is a color
a mood
Jasmine is a woman by
any definition
i wake with the smell
of my sweet jasmine
lingering in my nostrils
longing for the day when
i finally have her
for my own
A woman whose never deserved to be ignored
like the flower she stands tall
and proud
lost in the world
just 1 in a crowd
Jasmine i love u
and am very proud
for ur in my garden looking
pretty and proud....
Jasmines the Flower
of my life..............

'Dedicated to Jasmine'
By: Sir Bear

Submitted: Wednesday, June 18, 2008

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