Ricardo Antunes

Veteran Poet - 1,682 Points (02/11/1982 / Springfield, Massachusetts)

Rainbows - Poem by Ricardo Antunes

My heart grew
Three times bigger
Than what it was,
I saw you and your eyes

Dressed up to be a woman
Beyond your years...
A fitting touch
Of a seductress stance...

A nymphet exemplified
Of her youth and beauty
And as sweet as candy
The kind you always want more of...

A fantasy, a chill...
Goose pimples along my neck....
A chill there was
Where it always was

But upon sight of a girl like yourself,
The heart encased in cold hard ice
Melted through in seeing you...
And in melting, my heart grew...

A Lolita made pure of good morale...
But love sought is a life treasured
In finding what's on the other side
Of the rainbow... not a pot of gold

Finding something better still
Made of sterner stuff...
Tensile strength made to heal
In finding the man you love

Topic(s) of this poem: love

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 4, 2015

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