She was an eternal life
In a hot summer with a bottle of wine,
Leaving a messy city facing the horizon line;
Driving with enthusiasm and weather was fine,
On the sandy beach, couples were enjoying.
A living beauty near the shore;
In a pink bra she was exposed,
Tenderness of her skin, and
fragrance of her body.
Perfumed lips emit the seductive smiles,
The wink renowned her pretty blue eyes,
Her trimmed figure puffed the minds.
The time was still for her grace,
The Sun was adoring her starling face;
She was like a precious pearl in a shell,
Laid pure from ages as a virgin full of faith.
Her giggle was shacking the skies,
The laughter as could take lives;
She was an eternal life,
She could take anybody beyond the time.
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