I Need To Find - Poem by Randy McClave
I look upon her beauty as a jeweler looks upon a gem
Then I wish and I smile and I say, "hmmmmmmm",
Every part of her body that I see is flawless
Whether wearing jeans, or a bustier, or a short black dress;
I truly do want her, I must confess.
Of the many times that she and I have conversed
I am so happy to say that she is well versed,
It's hard to find a beautiful woman with a brain
One who with my thoughts or ideals I need not explain;
Her dreams, I would like to obtain.
If indeed we must search the world for our ultimate half
Rocks and stones I have kicked walking that path,
My half is the one that is beautiful and kind
That gorgeous woman, with the beautiful mind;
Now her once again, I need to find.
Randy L. McClave
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