Serenity Fay

The Mysterious Man - Poem by Serenity Fay

I walk the earth for centuries
Unnoticed for so many eyes

I pass by at night
I am in your sight
You can see me

One blink with your eyes
In a flash
I am gone

So many stories
Are told about me

But they don’t see
They say I am a legend a myth
They say I am unreal

But what do you believe yourself
What would you do
When I would come to you

What would you do
When I tried to seduce you

Would you fight?
Or would you give in?

I will be watching you
You belong to me
You will see

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 3, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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