Marie Causey

Rookie (5/3/1959 / Newton Le willows UK)

Its All Gone - Poem by Marie Causey

There was a time when she lay on the settee legs slightly parted it turned him on
Now at fifty two it does nothing, her magnetic sex appeals gone
There was a time she would look in the mirror and see a sex goddess
Those day are Dead her beauty no more a subject to address

There was a time when wolf whistles made her blush when out in the street
The world was at her fingertips, Destiny alive with each heart beat
Now she uses wrinkle creams and puts her teeth in a cup at night to be cleaned
She cries silent tears for youth lost, and life she once dreamed

Now she pays for mistakes in tears, He loved her once long ago years
Now her aged body embarrasses him he looks away
Once a life time ago now gone, it wont return not even for a day

Inside her mind she feels still a child excitingly teasing running wild, free
He has lost the admiration for her, past her wrinkles he can not see
Yesterdays pin up now old unwanted unrecognized, how can this be
Once a girl then she blinked and life made her looks flee

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 9, 2012

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