You - Poem by Orlando Edwin
Your eyes your lips, your silky hair.
Your waist your hips your dead gorgeous stare.
Your Walk your pose your womanly flare.
Your Magnetic scent that draws me near.
Your words your thoughts, sophisticated.
Your help your skills you're underrated.
Your household skills quite domesticated.
Your countless stares, whoo hooo! , must be frustrated.
Your hygiene and attire, oh so crisp.
Your daring look, leaves many to lisp.
Your hug your smiles and gentle kiss
You're more than woman, You're a masterpiece.
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