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God is a Woman, I am a Christian
I loved her.
I looked at her and the world was mine.
I lost myself every day in her idyllic chocolate eyes.
I was swept away in silky almond ringlets that cascaded for miles.
I touched her creamy skin and in an instant I became ravenous.
I kissed her beautiful cherry lips, and experienced a slight taste of pomegranate and nicotine,
And all of life’s problems slipped away.
She trapped me in a fog of lavender perfume and cigarette smoke.
Every inch of her dewy body shimmered like the angel she was.
I swore that she had wings hidden somewhere in her silk robe.
Her hair was a mess, her makeup was smudged,
And she was the most enchanting being I’d ever seen
I loved her