Clara Sandridge

(Danville, Virginia)

Counterfeit Love - Poem by Clara Sandridge

1. She had been a girl that went to church
2. She tried to do what was right
3. She had never met a kind man before
4. Thought the young pastor was an angel as he walked to her door
5. At home she fell asleep
6. This comes into her dreams
7. Marilyn Monroe and the man that wrote those tight fitting jeans
8. Girls dancing around without a bra like it was the greatest invention since the car
9. I doze - I awake between the scenes
10. It was a bit of hell by all means
11. Reflections of a counterfeit love
12. Then a man gave her a ring for her finger
But it turned her finger green
13. She said I love you Buddy -
but I just canÕt linger
for there are reflections
Reflections of a counterfeit love


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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