foxy babii

Rookie (3 june 1992 / wa)

Hearts Desire - Poem by foxy babii

Many have come, but all are gone
I still await my hearts desire
Many have swept me off my feet
But none could light my fire

I still hold my heart
None have taken it from me
Many have fumbled at the lock
But none have found the key

Yes I still await the day
For my flame to be set alight
Many have tried to set me ablaze
But none have done it right

Im a diamond that will not mold
Many have tried to fit
None have come that do
And there is nothing wrong with it

Yes I am still a solitaire
But I know its not my destiny
I will not go with anyone
But he who makes my heart happy

I will still await the man
Who will make my heart rejoice
This man alone shall find the key
And he shall be my choice

I was made to be loved
But none have fulfilled me
I still await that heart to come
And set mine free

I want to feel the beat between us
That ive never felt before
With many hearts attempting me
I only want my hearts desire more

With every guy that’s held my hand
Still haven’t been my dream
I still await for my hearts desire
That two make a team

Where are you my hearts desire
Yet you will not leave me
None other then you will do
No other man could be

I can not rest with any man
But he who captures my heart
And when I find my hearts desire
I shall not let it depart

By Foxiibabii 21/9/08

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 8, 2008



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