saul haro


Pretty Little Texas Dime - Poem by saul haro

HAVE YOU EVER MET A GIRL
SO AMAZING, THAT YOU ALMOST WANT TO FIND A FLAW
BUT I FOUND NONE…
AS IF THIS BEAUTY HAD JUST ARIVED FROM ABOVE THE SUN..
A SMILE SO AMAZING YOU CANT HELP BUT SMILE BACK
IVE NEVER SEEN AN ANGEL SMILE, BUT I IMAGINE A SMILE
JUST LIKE THAT
SHE WAS BREATH TAKING YET CARRIED HERSELF LIKE AN AVEREGE JOE
HER EYES SO INNOCENT THE SECOND OUR EYES LOCKED.. I KNEW
EVERYTHING ABOUT HER I WANTED TO KNOW
SHES LIKE A GASP OF FRESH AIR, WHEN YOU NEED TO BREATHE
TRUST ME WHEN I TELL YOU, NAE CAN FILL THE VOID
NO MATTER THE NEED
THE MORE WE SPOKE THE MORE ITREGIRED I BECAME
AS THE NIGHT WENT ON I WONDERED IF SHE FELT THE SAME?
WHAT IT MUST BE LIKE TO HAVE THOSE EYES TO LOOK INTO,
TO START AND END A DAY
IVE ALWAYS DEMANDED PERFECTION
BUT NEVER REALLY THOUGHT.. I”D MEET A GIRL
QUITE LIKE RENEE
THEM TEXAS BOYS MUST BE DUMB OR BLIND
BECAUSE A GEM IN A PILE OF ROCKS
ISN’T HARD TO FIND
SHE TOLD ME SHE WAS SINGLE AND HAD BUILT A WALL
BUT EVEN THE GREATEST WALL
WILL ONE DAY FALL
WE SHARED A KISS, BEFORE WE BOTH WENT ON OUR WAY
ONLY GOD KNOWS HOW BAD I DIDN’T WANT TO DRIVE AWAY
MAYBE TEXAS IS FULL OF DIMES AND VEGAS GETS WHATS LEFT
BUT ANY MAN WHO GETS A CLONE OF HER
WILL CERTAINALY BE BLESSED
I WAS STARTING TO THINK ALL GIRLS ARE THE SAME
TIL I MET TEXAS
AND CAME BACK TO VEGAS NOT FEELING THE SAME
IT WAS SO REFRESHING
MEETING THIS PRETTY LITTLE TEXAS DIME
FOR WHO EVER STEALS HER HEART… WHAT A FIND…


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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011


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