The Girl - Poem by Cameron Sullivan
Her eyes are a shining star
Lighting up my world from afar.
Her tongue light as a feather in speech
Just waiting for the day we speak.
She comes my way, walking with a smile
Hoping there’s enough to talk about for a while.
We sit for hour after hour after hour after hour
Having enough laughs to bring down a tower.
She looks me in the eye and I can’t help but smile
Knowing that I want to be with her for a while.
eyes meet in a staring gaze
And everything seems to turn to a haze.
We hang out one late afternoon
Sitting outside, just staring at the moon.
We’re watching the stars fall above,
When look at her I realize… I am in love.
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