Rests Assured

May 10, 2012
By TRFAN32 BRONZE, Richardson, Texas
TRFAN32 BRONZE, Richardson, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"Live every day like it is your last."


His faded corduroy pockets jingling,
Her golden blonde hair bouncing in the breeze,
Her sea green eyes wandering throguh the windows that lined the street,
The doors, glass stained with the color of green, beckoned for her to come spend,
And through a door she walked,
And through another she walked,
With no regard for her man,
With no regard for his money,
With no regard for the taxing of her minute arms,
And out the door again she flew like a bird
Hours more she will spend, of that he rests assured.


The author's comments:
This poem is about a "gold digger" who takes advantage of her man

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