Strange Woman

Poem by: angel plant

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I am this strange woman. like a touch of your mother. Some how a little sweeter.

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Submitted: November 09, 2012

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Submitted: November 09, 2012

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I am such a pretty woman

Your heart you cannot give me

Because your heart is already mine

This is what I need, you can give to me

You say you cannot give a flower to a flower

Wondering you are

What you can give

You can give me a star

 

From your birth you feel like you have been waiting

You need to know where I came from

You call me a angel and you want to know

Your heart shakes it seems

Slowly as I walk by

Just so you can see

 

To take away your breath

I am shining gracefully

Just to make you crazy

A look is all it took

With my enchanting eyes with magic

 

I am like a touch of your mother

It seems the feeling is much sweeter

In your heart you will allow me

Your heart I will not break into

 

I am this strange woman


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                                  Strange Woman

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Genre: Poetry

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I am this strange woman. like a touch of your mother. Some how a little sweeter.
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