What Women Wants? - Poem by Wilfred Mellers
Written by: Wilfred Charles Mellers Tuesday, April 1,2008
Women say they are looking for a nice guy
But yet they always pass me by
Is it that they don't try?
Or is it that I am an ugly guy, why?
Is it that glassy look upon my face?
Do you feel you have to use your mace?
Am I an alien not of this earth?
Or is it that I am from foreign birth?
I am not the devil's seed
But I just might be what you need
See me, I am the shadow on the wall
I am not too thick and not too tall
Honest, faithful, loyal I have always been
Your heart is the prize I want to win
I may not be the knight in armor
I know I'm not like your former
Inconsiderate friend and Lover
They were always under cover
In dark alleys, they creep
Night is not when vampires sleep
Searching for that panty meat
Flesh not vegetables they want to eat
On hallowed ground, they can't place their feet
In sacred places, they can't take a seat
That never invested the time they spent
Flowers they never sent
Promises they never meant
Out of your life quickly they went
The shadow in the dark yet still I must be
An ordinary man not much to see
Someone that will have arms open wide
Someone that will always be by your side
To break your heart is not too smart
For I will keep your best interests in heart
You can choose to keep walking by
But you would've missed one last nice guy
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