The Twice As Nice Girl! - Poem by Denis Martindale
Whichever way I look at her, she's always twice as nice,
As if that's destined to occur when looking through my eyes...
For love compresses to a span the one it wants to see
And that has always been my plan for such a one as she...
The taking pleasure in her gaze, the glimpse of silky skin,
As though the highlights of my days, the reasons I should grin...
For she, without a single word, caused new love to commence,
The precious second stirrings stirred, the hope we could be friends...
So, pardon me, if I should stare, my lonesome heart feels warmed,
As if for only her to care, now that I've been transformed...
God grant such love to grow and grow, to voice such love in time,
The twice as nice girl needs to know that I think she's sublime...
Denis Martindale, copyright February 2016.
The tribute poem's based on a beautiful photo by
Maria Victoria Heredia Reyes... It's a mixture
of celebrities Eva Green and Victoria Justice...
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