Daleen Enslinstrydom

Rookie - 215 Points (25-02-1967 / Springs, South Africa)

Casanova - Poem by Daleen Enslinstrydom

You have got an old world charm
like Clarke Gable
and have got a beautiful voice like Frank Sinatra.
You have got the walk of John Travolta
and piercing blue eyes like Terence Hill
and you own the room like a 007.

Double o seven could have been your middle name
as you are smooth, accurate and to the point.
Your well toned body is stressed in Armani and Visage
and you are a Don Juan
and every lady in the room
is aware of you.

You are on the hunt
and you have got a mindset,
an animal instinct
in everything that you do,
in the way that you walk
as you are always prowling
for the next victim.

Your desires are written out
in everything that you do.
With your sensual mouth
and smouldering eyes
you are like a gun that is loaded
and your language
comes from the dictionary
while your aftershave is overwhelming
in its presence
and you pour out pure testosterone
and every hair is combed back
and in its place
while your act like a gentleman

with something that are always hidden
but still you’re intriguing and discerning
and are always seeking for attention
while you do laugh out loud
and act as the man of the hour

while you are only interested in human pleasure
and are egocentric to the core
and with no strings attached
this is only a game to play
and to you this is an old game
that is being played
between a man and a woman
and ladies be aware.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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