Entwined

Entwined short poem

Green, glistening eyes
Like beautiful emeralds
They must be jewels in disguise
Mischeivous, daring smile
Laughing at her and
looking all the while
Sense of humour
Never fails to beguile.

Accepting her for who she is
That is all she could ever ask
Never thought she could be equal like this
Certainly not unfaithful
Not unkind, nor spite-ridden
And hardly hateful.

Loving one another without a second thought
Like partners in crime
They are certain to be caught
Out of the crowd the only one for her
The only one that was destined to spark allure.

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Saskia Maria

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I love reading, writing stories and poems. My favourite poets are the classics like William Blake and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. My goal in life is to be able to publish my poetry and stories but if you're going to dream big, you've got to aim higher
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