Robert Edgar Burns
Her - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
I saw her rise quite slowly
From beneath the rippling wave.
Her hair slicked back and shiny.
I knew I would be her slave.
A vision so completely appealing.
The shine from her eyes so divine.
My head now spinning and reeling.
I knew I must have her as mine!
Her body with curves so appealing.
Her smile as wide as the sea.
I would be this girls’ Adam.
This girl would be this mans’ Eve.
Her lips were moist and inviting.
Her skin as soft as a babes.
Her fingers were long and slender.
Her eyes in my heart lit a blaze.
Her arms around me are Heaven.
Her kiss on my lips is like wine.
Her words spoken to me are honey.
I cherish her now for she’s mine!
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