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Edith SaintFelix

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She's Beautiful (old poem)


She defines beauty and intelligence.
She's a woman who has it all.
Her sexiness is so intoxicating.
It makes men and women fall.
Her mind is so creative.
And her body's so unique.
Her words can take your breath away.
Her smile can make you weak.
She is a phenomenal woman.
Who knows she's got that fire.
You can see it in her walk.
When she enters a room you feel it.
Like a cool and gentle breeze.
Her presence is so powerful.
It makes everything in her path freeze.
She has the prettiest eyes.
That matches her gorgeous face.
She is truly one of a kind.
That can never be replaced.

Submitted: Saturday, March 06, 2010

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