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Monday, 10 April 2017

Good Intentions

A fair lady in the street
Staring down at her feet.
With Christian intentions
Affording my directions
I offered out my hand -
A gesture so grand.
She held my fingers fine -
Could she be mine,
This would be sublime,
Let's see in time.
She gazed into my eyes,
A pleasant surprise;
What does she see
Looking back at me,
A gentleman for sure
As I opened up a door,
Then offered her a seat -
Etiquette complete.
Then to wine and dine
This girl so fine,
And to notably entice
To being reciprocally nice.
As I walked her home
I was humbly prone
To give her little teases
With little squeezes.
A kiss before leaving,
Afterwards I'll be grieving
To be in her arms -
I'll be suffering alms.

Copyright Andrew Stevenson 10/04/2017

Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

2 comments:

  1. I enjoyed your sincerity in this poem also I liked the short lines too.

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    1. Thank you very much. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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