Secret - Poem by Dennis Walker
What beauty what elegance is standing there?
With lustful eyes both men and women stare
I see them looking at you with envy so true
But you have a secret if they only knew
What would they do what would they say?
Would they still lust for you or run away
This is what you were meant to be
A fantasy woman is all they see
If you’re secret was ever told
Would the hot lust then run cold?
They say it clothes that maketh man
They see your radiance and see your tan
These clothes are things that set you free
Your secret will be safe yes safe with me
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