Marvin Brato Sr

Rookie - 123 Points (March 2,1960 / Davao City, Philippines)

$$ My Dreamgirl Is Real $$


My dream girl has showed up,
Her beauty and sensuality is sharp.
That I could not hold my desire of her,
So I should explore my love and dare.

I came close to this fair lady,
Everything about her I study.
I learned she is much more,
Exquisite, alluring and demure.

Miliza is a unique smart sexy girl,
She is vivacious though bit queer.
As a woman she is already ripe,
A voluptuous dame best for a wife.

And so we became sweethearts,
She cherished my poems and arts.
I loved her seductive aura and curves,
At all moment I feel the urge that surge.

Then the momentous event happened,
In a remarkable place that simulates Eden.
Amidst the bushes and tress that surround,
We made love so intimate with birds around.

It was the most erotic yet best display of affection.
That beings like us had done it with dire devotion.
The passion was infinite that flow like the rivers,
Until today after twenty years we are still lovers.

Submitted: Sunday, June 15, 2008
Edited: Thursday, June 04, 2009

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