Strong Desire - Poem by Richard Noggin
She has hair of gold,
And a smile of pearls.
Her lips are like roses
And a nose molded by God’s hand.
She speaks with a touch of tenderness,
And walks with much grace.
Her hugs are new and exciting.
Her family is divine.
I only wish I could make her mine
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