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Saturday, May 26, 2018

Blind Love

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He received a phone call from a lady
To see him she was very much ready
But a condition has been set
The room will be all lights left
He asked her wasn't it ugly
Or something being done roughly
She replied with a soft laugh
A style it is not too tough
The man was hesitant and afraid
Very amiably then she said
I like your poems very much
Want to be close in way such
Your nay will cause me pain
I don't want any monetary gain
Anyhow the man agreed to go
But very nice was her dark show
Servant served him very good food
He was very much in panic mood
Request came from a room dark
To stay the night only to mark
It was happening as her wish
She was herself a nice dish
She said no worry at my home
Safe and peaceful everyone room
I knew about you very good boy
Entertaining such one I feel joy
Adjusting difference in the physique
Coordination of her was very unique
How nice she was to fix hardware
Structural variations she took care
Relation is a very high-level art
She said it needs only to be smart
He got goodbye before the dawn
Walked but didn't see her grassy lawn
He felt the deal without the sight
Dream and reality continue fight
Facing a question remembering that
Whom in dark he nodded the hat!


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