Theorem The Truth Serum

Rookie - 245 Points (1979-present / San Leandro)

The Scene With Jessica Alba - Poem by Theorem The Truth Serum

Beauty is so immense
when paired with
an eye-catching smile
as potent as Jessica Alba's.
If I were crazy I would be
her stocker, no doubt,
but I am not, so I can
only see her in movies
and in photos from magazines.
What would I say to her
anyway if she were
right in front of me?
I hope I would say
something to make
her heart melt more than
any scene that she could
ever dream to be a part of.
I would say something like:
'I hope your smile is a window
to a beautiful soul.
I know I am not a famous man
nor do I really wish to be,
but I wouldn't mind being famous
just as long as you are the one
that makes it that way.
I bet you are just going to smile at
me and walk off, but that is okay
for atleast I have been given
this chance to tell you this.
I'm sure many have told you
beautiful words or given you
obscene whistles, but I have
a clean heart that is genuine.'
She would probably blush or
laugh and say thanks
and walk on, but you never know.

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  • (4/24/2006 12:57:00 PM)


    I also find her very captivating. One the downsweep, I think her appeal is linked to kiddie porn. She looks like a little child (a very sexy one) . There's something murky and dark about that kind of beauty. Innocent (which exonerates us) and ultimately un objet, not a person. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 23, 2006

Poem Edited: Sunday, May 21, 2006


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