What a Woman Was She MAG

February 17, 2015
By honeyjacq BRONZE, West Orange, New Jersey
honeyjacq BRONZE, West Orange, New Jersey
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poetry
whisked around her ankles
she stumbles with elegance
and grace

i cannot believe i was once
attracted solely by her beauty
when it really was her soul
that radiated such a infectious, infatuating
taste

and a great shame
in that the men she’s in love with
keep her hidden
i cannot believe that anyone would
stop her from dancing

i would let her whirl around this entire earth
before halting such a majestic woman



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on Feb. 19 2015 at 7:53 pm
SophieFloph PLATINUM, Seattle, Washington
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Favorite Quote:
"Her stomach did a revengeful flop."

This poem is so real! WOW!




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