Judy Hill

Rookie - 0 Points (Nov.11,1979 / Gary, Indiana)

Triangle Of Love Part Ii - Poem by Judy Hill

Well here I go again with another
love triangle,
Yes again I feel like I’m
being strangled.

There’s this guy who is as
black as the night,
Sexy as hell, built just
right.

Every time I talk to him
he educates my mind,
A dark skinned, sexy, educated brother
is so hard to find.

Standing about 5’8 or 5’9
I want that man to be
mine.

We have so much in common
I don’t know where to start,
He don’t even realize that
he has a part of my heart.

On to the next who is
not like the first,
Everything about him makes
my body thirst.

Brown skinned so sexy
with a voice so deep,
I dream of him every time
I go to sleep.



He is such a sophisticated
thug,
When I don’t see him in awhile
when we do he greets me with a hug.

We are real close, I don’t ever
want that to end,
But I do want to be more than
just friends.

Well the last is sort of different, because
we went together before,
I know it’s me he will always
adore.

He’s a good listener and he always
makes me smile,
And when we made love it drove
my body while.

As you can see I am in
a bad situation,
And to each one I give
my dedication.

Well again I say this is so
confusing,
But I better choose or
all of these guys I will be loosing.


Comments about Triangle Of Love Part Ii by Judy Hill

  • (9/24/2009 9:54:00 PM)


    Protect your self with these guys ok
    Lady..hahahe
    Good write
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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2005



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