Ron Poetry


Sensual Diva..
You're even closer now- I see your fire-black hair-cascading down your slender neck-your face like a erotic, passionate-with your full, tasting lips-your hypnotizing brown eyes-Sparkling with crystal stars-As in the darkness, they burn with passionate desire... Singing songs of life over stalled heartbeats..
Sensual Diva takes the Mic in hand testing 1,2 she shouts...
Being in tune with her surroundings gives her insite, Placing only positive people in her path, Using her haters as her motivators inspite, As so called friends hide a frown behind a laugh. Progress is her objective as she climbs the latter of success, Turning obsticles into steppin stones along the way, Making every experiance a lesson and every task a easy test. Giving help freely cause its a blessing to do, Making the duties of a strong woman of business look easier. Knowing what you put out comes back in direct proportion to you, The true meaning of a real diva...
Ron Poetry

Submitted: Friday, August 31, 2012

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