like you

like you by phil burns

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like you

slender legs in summer dresses
saunter past as cute girls do
but of all the pretty swaying ladies
no one just no one walks like you

snow white teeth and rose red lips
sparkling eyes of green or blue
mouths that light the darkest moments
but no one no one smiles like you

warm hands caressing sweet and gentle
the passion that ignites anew
the thrill that floods our every contact
no one but no one loves like you

the melodies of joyful people
the happy sounds that gurgle through
from children lovers mothers old folk
but no one no one laughs like you

moments mystical and magic
mermaids shown and known as true
rainbows captured by your soft kiss
no one fills my dreams like you

slender legs in summer dresses
sparkling eyes of green or blue
the thrill that floods our every contact
but no one breaks my heart like you

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4 Responses to like you

  1. Very good. Enjoyed this one a lot.

    Like

  2. Corine Gouy says:

    J’aime beaucoup ce poème !
    Mais où vas tu chercher cette inspiration ?

    Like

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