Barbara Hale

(Red Bluff, California)

Temptation - Poem by Barbara Hale

As I quietly sit here
My mind wanders away
It gently lights on you
That's where I wants to stay.
I'll never misplace you
'Cause your always on my mind
The best words to describe you
I just can't seem to find.
When we have to be apart
Missing you makes me blue
You are totally unique
And I really need you.
Between your long blond hair
And your deep blue eyes
The heart you make me feel
I very hard to disguise.
You've got plenty of charm
Your savior is more than fair
Your teasing ways sound the alarm
But, make me want to dare.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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