Dagmara Anna AuraDagimar

(06.08 1983 r. / Gdynia)

' Say, say more' - for my friend CG) - cycle - poetry for my friends)


You are like the volcano...
You have the beautiful name and a lot of virtues
which don't have other.
If to let you go between people,
with the right to behave
the way you like,
rows of happy girls,
craving for women would follow you...
You are pulling as magnesium
with one's personality...

Say... say more...

Your words are so warm
that it is hard for them to be resist.
You are a wonderful speaker and whisperer
of love lines, if somebody isn't immune
should escape...
It is hard to resist your words, for gestures...
You are a real conqueror of unfamiliar land,
therefore... better to flee, while there's still time.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 30, 2009

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