Tre'Onna Boone

A Lady - Poem by Tre'Onna Boone

A lady makes mistakes,
but she knows when she's wrong,
A lady never jingles,
but never is without,
A lady sit nice,
not with defying clothes,
she cleans up nice,
never more than her toes,
A lady of course,
Maybe more,
maybe less,
A lady enjoys her days,
Never pickled,
never stressed
Just a lady,
average jane,
makes you love her more,
but never the same,
she impresses you more than you can image,
just something she does,
the way she walks
and even exclams
A lady,
that; s what she is
A precious lady.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 24, 2010

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