How Does She Smile - Poem by Nero CaroZiv
How does she smile like that little swamp crocodile
To improve her lure, her seductive shining tail,
And how her sweet words are vile as the crocodile waters of the Nile
On every comparable, measurable scale!
How cheerfully she seems when she turns towards me to grin
How neatly? imagine a crocodile spreads opening his jaws,
She welcomes me like a little fish in,
Smiling gently with rows of beguiling teeth, unaware I am of her sharp claws!
How exquisite she looks; how decent her virtue; tall stature to the fools she looks simple
The smile, ah the smile when her lovely cheeks are decorated with two cute dimples
In front of such beauty and grace my personality vanishes; collapses never there
The power she poses; she has such a dominant presence around her air
Once I used to be such a brave dangerous to the ladies lad
Nonchalant browsing young pretty girls around my side
How I shrunk? how she invites me into her mouth
As if I was a ripe juicy fruit from the south
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