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You wore a pink and black dress


M A Heathcote

You wore a pink and black dress
With a golden necklace
And a crucifix neatly, fastened, low
Sandwiched between the crevasse
Of your pale snow white breast;
Eyes green would with envy trespass
Jealously, obsessed;
It was a long, long time ago...
But heavenly visions leave us all aglow.

Incongruous pleasures did I leer.
And you ever so slightly, austere
Would curtail that envious fear
That you; yourself,
Could never be the one to be insincere.

It was in those lustful gazes
I started ploughing up the daisies
It was as a young bull steer
I sent you running?
Like a doe eyed deer
From my infatuations, revere.

But oh my dear
How I had no idea?
When I heard you laughing...
Like an angel all you really, needed
Was a little bit of tongue tied, gagging?
A little bit of cooked-up magic in a kiss.
A little bit of heaven in this,
The pursuit of your lips!

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