Treasure Island

Sian Mein


Wind In Your Hair


If beauty had a song,
it would begin with your name.
I sing about loving you,
with joy I proclaim.

My heart rate increases,
as you fuel each beat.
Your beautiful body,
is so tender and sweet.

For all of eternity,
at you I could stare.
It’s a beautiful thing,
the love that we share.

Your luscious lips,
consume my whole mind.
When I’m thinking of you,
I see nothing else – I am blind.

All the beauty on earth,
shall never compare.
To that look in your eyes,
with wind in your hair.


By Sian Mein

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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