God's Greatest Gift - Poem by Julian Old
Elegant graceful her beauty and disguise
passionate and bonny her crucial blue eyes
fragile - tender - her body and touch,
gifted further my her intimidating hill.
comforting and canny while in her arms
overwhelming the power of her charms,
stunning - outstanding - the clothes she wears
shiny and sparkly her clean long hair.
all features she possesses night and day
Leaving her man helpless taking his breath away.
admirable - talented all around
encouraged by her loveable ways.
Nothing compares to the determination she shows
her dignity pride and respect she wins
reasons why she should be loved more
she's a winner for me by a long long score.
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