Perfection Sway

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This a poem I wrote about four years ago and only one other besides me has read it.

Submitted: March 13, 2013

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“Perfection Sway”
 
Her hands, perfect
Her skin, perfect
Her nails, her face 
Perfect
Her scent, perfect
 
Her hips, her thighs
Perfect
 
As I listened to the Soca beat
The way she moved, perfect
 
I watched her walk, perfect
 
As I watched her walk, I felt the heat
The scent of sweet spices
I was hypnotized, memorized.
 
I followed this perfect to the back porch
I watched her perfect silhouette in the pale moonlight 
Smoking and the wind blowing her perfect hair.
 
I realized then, her eyes were perfect
An intoxicating stare
 
I moved to her as she looked right through my soul
I felt my heart race, my senses she had stole.
 
As my hand wandered, and she smiled her perfect way
I placed my hand on her hips
I watched her part her sweet, exotic lips
 
I said, “hello” she said, “goodbye”
And as she perfectly walked away,
 
All I could do was watch Perfection sway.
 
 
 
 
 
7/30/09 @ 1:46 a.m.
- me-
 


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