Jean-Luc Pierre

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

A man in Paris.

Eiffel Tower, birds and rose's

The woman walks, she

Smells the air, she 

Sees the man, he grins, he poses,

She knows this man,

Jean-Luc Pierre.


Out goes his hand, it

Holds her own, my

Lord, my land, she's not 


He hums, she sings,

Shoulder to shoulder, its then 

She knows that she's

At home.


Paradise this is, he 

Thinks, he knows this, looking up

he smells the air,

the birds,

they know this man, 

They sing his name,

Jean-Luc Pierre





Submitted: November 11, 2019

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