Carey Anderson

Rookie (8/8/1991)

The Real Deal - Poem by Carey Anderson

I'm not like most other girls
I don't expect diamonds and purls
I have the rest of my life to complete
I want me and a nice man to meet

I want a real man
who gives me all he can
Who's rich inside and out
Who provides something to talk about
A man who lets me in his heart
Who takes me along while doing his art
I want a man with arms made of stone
He must talk to me in a comforting tone

I'll never settle for a heartbreaker
I'll wait night and day for a caretaker
I'll wait to find the sparks that I need to feel
When I do I'll seal the deal

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 16, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011

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