Bradford Middleton

Rookie (Chicago IL)

Angie - Poem by Bradford Middleton

Angie Angelica last name Sanabria
Is the most gorgeous, breathtaking Cubanita
You're hotter than the capital of Argentina
You make the goddess Athena, weep at her feet
You seen to me like the elite of the elite like brokers on Walstreet
So please cuddle with me on the love seat
Cause I might feel incomplete like a zombie
On Halloween, playing Trick or Treat
I won't need to repeat you'll always get the window seat

We can be stronger than concrete
Cause I know I cab get you to that specific heat
I'm tired of being discreet
We should go to Vegas and just get a suite
Because baby, I'll never be obsolete
Yeah that's right I'm the other other white meat
So don't let me cheat like I'm dragging ones feet
Because for you I'll come in first at the track meet

Running running trying to get the top spot
You got my heart pumping like a rifle shot
I cannot, will not take just one long shot
Cause I'll wait for you like a car in a parking lot
Girl we could make what's called a true lovers knot
While were sailing on our yacht, to exotic destinations
Indulging in temptation, while having deep conversations
We can make evaluations on all imaginations
With intrepretations of our dreams and fantasies
And actually your majesty I can grant you amnesty
While I recite poetry to you on your balcony
Because I will raise you to a canopy while I sit in bankruptcy
And I will wait anxiously and happily to be a member of
That sorrow filled group known as the patiently


Comments about Angie by Bradford Middleton

  • (5/8/2011 1:28:00 AM)


    Great poem. Very well described. Great imagery and style. Excellent stuff. I rate it 10.
    Thanks for sharing.....
    Please read and rate my poem 'A humble complaint' on page 2. Please use the search box by typing the name of the poem if the page doesn't open with the title of the poem.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 8, 2011


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