Reginald Francois

Rookie (St. Lucia)

Wanting - Poem by Reginald Francois

A sight to special to say

Like a meteor falling towards earth way

A beauty I cannot compare

Like precious metal or a gem so rare

You do not know your power

So immense, strong Men cower

But I will take the task

Capturing you, that opportunity will not pass

Like a tiger stalking its prey, I will not surrender

For your touch I want, so sweet so tender

Your smell, your sent, my soul desire

A jewel so precious, my ultimate treasure

A task not easy, but worth it you are

See the full moon, I will travel that far

A woman so special, I want you in my life

You by my side, the one I’ll call my wife

The desirers of the heart are always so strange

My desire want you for now it will not change

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 12, 2011

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