Lindsay Crosby

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Her Greatest Charm - Poem by Lindsay Crosby

She does not wish
she does
she does not dine
she eats

But that does not mean that she does not have a heart
At night she weeps
Putting on several pairs of socks to hide her feet

But that does not mean that she has not been loved
Once she even had her back rubbed
Putting on facial creams and waving her pretend magic wand

She has a smile
that greets
she has a dream in which to believe
she is not so weak

Her greatest charm
Is her ability to disarm a bad day
By spending a few hours in the bath

She holds a drink
she will unfold in laughter
she will leave you to gather
by then it will not matter

But that is not all there is to her
there is much more
at least I think so

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 24, 2006

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