Swooned - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
I swooned over the Australian surf
And baby kangaroos there.
I swooned over the Eifel Tower
And France's crepe suzettes.
I loved and swooned over the Mexican sombrero
And liked eating their enchilada.
I swooned over California's funshine
And went surfing there too.
But most of all, I swooned over you
Because I never saw anyone like you.
I fell in love with you
And you in love with me.
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