Kristin Nicole RothDavis
Perfect Harmony - Poem by Kristin Nicole RothDavis
Hair ever so lightly flowing
As mother nature blowing kisses
She silently prays to herself while she misses
The only one that she can't seem to get off of her mind
Almost as if somone's managed to bind
Her from doing anything other than think
Of the times they've shared.
She's afraid that if she was to blink
It would all fade away and her heart would be snared.
She wants nothing more than to be loved
Dirty thoughts remain to be shoved
To the back of her hearts desire
The fear of being alone, questionable motives perspire
Through her every action known to God
Memories of her gorgeous bod
Embraced with such rare love
She reaches out for answers from above.
Her appearance is of an ole' renaissance
Naturally beautiful and a mind to dare
When noticed, can't help but to stare
Her skin is of an essence that adds to her beauty
You instantly get a feelin' when looking in her eyes
That she's someone you've met before
Can't help but fantasize on what her insides are like
She's so rare, a collectible,
Her scent lingers in the air like a kite.
Gracefully she walks away
You pray she doesn't leave your sight
To take her home and make love to her
You'd do anything to have that right
No matter how hard you try to not think
Of thoughts of such things
Your heart aches as your body and soul lingers
To have a chance and allow your fingers
To be embedded in her angelic hair
The good in you wont allow you to dare.
Instinctly you know you'll get another opportunity
Hopefully then she'll see
The courage and intellect
Not just to expect the worse
But then of course, she's got to be
Just as beautiful on the inside
She couldn't hurt my pride.
She walks up to her house and opens the door
Stops for a moment and looks at the floor,
Instantly she gets this rush to go back
As if she forgot something
The feeling increased with every moment passed
Someone was reaching out to her
Luring her every move
Knock knock knock!
She turns to answer the door
It was to her shock, a gorgeous man in a suit
Holding her chain off of her boot
'I think you dropped something, miss'
Smiles, and gave him a gentle kiss
'Thank you! '
Their eyes met and their souls interlocked
They both knew that if ignored
This once in a life time chance would be blocked.
She steps outside, and shuts the door
Neither could be smiling more
Without a word they walk side by side
Abide the rules of possibilities,
Thier connection was in perfect harmony.
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