The Goddess Sabrina - Poem by Doug Rife
What an exquisite young lady
With so much charisma and flair
As all the men will die to save her
But being saved is not what she needs
Because this girl is like no other,
You can see that when you look into her eyes,
Those beautiful amber eyes.
I found myself so close to suicide
But she came drifting into my life
And I remember our first conversation
And the first time I ever saw her.
She was bullied out of other girl’s jealousy
And punished out of the goddesses envy
But I just want her to enjoy every breath
Because one day she will be dead.
And I love her like I love no one else,
She may not know it but she saved my life
And I will never forget Sabrina.
She will soon be leaving
And if I never see her again
I want her to know what she means to me
Because she is one of my closest friends.
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