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Electric Lady

Pretty Darling

You are worthy of your own destiny
Touch this gold and make it golden
The stars in your eyes are brightly shining
No matter what people say
You are the fairest of them all
Plant your genius flag
On top of the mountain
You are rich with intelligence
That fills the earth with vibrant colors
Do not become what you destroy
Loneliness is not a part of you
Adieu, adieu
To the past that shall be left behind
You pretty apple bottom baby
Looking for a steady boyfriend
Human kindness and human passion collide
As I hold you in my arms
The world is not ready
To salute to your standards
For you are just a kid
Though your heart resembles a piece of mine
A delicious piece of taffy
I am an idiot for love
And I am an idiot for you
Let us be idiots together
Let us rise
Let us rock
We will not fall.

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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  • Bronze Star - 5,597 Points Amitava Sur (8/19/2014 5:29:00 AM)

    A nice poem praising the lover whom you find to be the cutest! !
    Though your heart resembles a piece of mine
    A delicious piece of taffy ...... WOW ' (Report) Reply

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