Lady In Pink - Poem by William Blackman
I see it clearly her sterling beauty.
Long and lovely stems of a rose freshly cut.
Winking eyes of passion with a glimmering smile.
Hour glassed figure swaying in a light breeze.
With today's sunrise she will fall in love.
Even in darkness her lips shining in hot pink.
Into the night of Knights sending kisses on wings.
One man's fantasy now one man's reality.
Beyond her tresses of gold many thoughts and dreams.
Hidden desires are revealed in the most living colors.
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