Babette Teeth


Your Smile - Poem by Babette Teeth

Your smile has touched my heart
The light of your shining eyes
When I look into it's not like a dark lake
So clear and limpid with angel's kiss
Your slick hair are so neat and never like a mess
You took off your tight after playing basketball in the midsummer's weather
And your scream-white skin shining in the sunlit
How fast will you run like a cheetah
and How strong will you fly like an eagle
With hands holding tightly a tree branch
And then, you warmed me with your sunshine smile

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 27, 2005



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