Beware - Poem by Tess Rockenstire
Sinuous body of a woman,
Flirtatious it seems as she walks- in.
Pivotal movement in her hips,
It takes a man by surprise.
She’s graceful like a deer,
Smiles that lit a room
Even the Greek God is aware.
She’s the Goddess of love so don’t you dare.
It took one look of Adam to Eve
She’ll entice you, she’s hot so beware.
The weakness of a man we know
It’s the first look at her eyes.
Charming, wicked smiles
Notion of romance is in the air.
Your knees buckled, at her flirtatious eyes.
True love is hard to find.
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