A Leap Of Faith - Poem by Reginald Francois
Time stops with each breath
I wonder what's left
Thoughts flying throw my mind
Oh God, she looks fine
Devastatingly Gorgeous is what she is
A smile that have me weak in the knees
As unique as a snowflake falling from the sky
It's time to be bold but inside I'm so shy
Oh wow look at that step
A movement of confidence, a beauty well kept
So I pull to myself, jump at this chance
Don't let this beauty pass like a glance
So I greet with a smile
I run through my mind like a closet or a file
'Good day! How you doing? You look oh so fine'
It seems I'm a little to bold but I want her to be mine
Relentless in my task I will not give in
To failures grasp, yes I must win
So I begin once again
And the father sends his help with a little bit of rain
So I run to the rescue with an open umbrella
She turns and she looks and says thanks for the shelter
And I'm like 'You're welcome the pleasure is all mine'
And she hits me in the gut by saying 'Oh another cheap line'
I'm like 'why you harsh I mean you no harm'
With a smile and a Laugh she says 'You have a strange charm'
So with a walk in the rain we conversed away
And the rest of this convo one day I shall say
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