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My Girl

Author: kession
ASL Info:    18~M~ok
Elite Ratio:    3.16 - 115 /156 /63
Words: 121
Class/Type: Poetry /Love
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My Girl

your eyes are as bright,
as a blue summer sky,
and you light up the room,
with your wonderful smile.

your skin is as soft,
as silk on my lips,
and i long to feel the touch,
of your smooth fingertips.

you're easy on the eyes,
and you're sweet to my taste,
i'm greatful i met you,
i'm greatful for fate.

i sit by the phone,
waiting for your call,
we could probably sit for hours,
talking about nothing at all.

i could hold you forever,
in my arms,
being your man,
and keeping you from harm.

i love you more,
than anything in this world,
i'm lucky i found you,
i'm happy you're my girl.

Submitted on 2007-02-13 23:22:12     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  *sigh* another valentines day sucker... Thats not a bad thing. Your poem was cute, the kind that anyone young or old could sit down and understand. For me at least, it brings happy memories to mind, kind of like a rolling film. There are some parts that are choppy, just not keeping consistent with the flow of the poem like

your skin is as soft,
as silk on my lips,
and i long to feel the touch,
of your smooth fingertips.

I find myself rushing over the third line in order to keep tempo.
Anyway, cute write. You have a lucky girlfriend who has someone who she can recieve poetry from.
| Posted on 2007-02-14 00:00:00 | by caelyn | [ Reply to This ]

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