RIC S. BASTASA


the green eyed lady


the green eyed lady
as you see
is such a grand beauty

gentle, loving eyes
seductive, when they blink
they are like
love calls
sweet to the ears
of hungry men

when she walks
(oh, she walks in beauty
and i am not original on this)
when she passes at you
she makes you grow
your jeans getting tighter
and tighter
they may tear apart
between the legs

the lady with green eyes
is asking for you
your love and nothing else
so love her
like she is the only princess
in the castles of the blooming springs

but beware, be so aware
you pain her
you betray her
the lady with green eyes
knows her ways

fed up, she returns
and be the green eyed dragon
spitting fire
burning everything
and then she flies away with her hurting wings

Submitted: Thursday, May 08, 2008

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