Belle Buckley

(Los Angeles, California)

"My Badge Of Arms" - Poem by Belle Buckley

When we enter a room, melodramatically,
Walls are suddenly covered with lips. I
Wish I could use all of them to give you
A million kisses

When our eyes encounter a loving stare,
With ostentatiousness, many adoring eyes
Suddenly appear, I feel unworthy with only
One pair.

When we indulge in a warm embrace, with
Flamboyancy other arms battled for my
Place, Inspired by the abundance of your
Charms. I flashed my insignia "Love " as my
Badge of arms.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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