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Rated: E · Poetry · Personal · #2216061
This is a poem I wrote using eight syllables per line.
The right appeal to what is real,
Is quite ideal for what I need.
I'll give you something for your time,
If you give me some peace of mind.

Sebastian is the one for me;
He gives me time to have some fun.
I can laugh when I'm on the run,
And when I'm through, I know I'm done.

I mind my manners when I'm good;
My boyfriend tells me that I should.
I really have made my mistakes,
Thinking that I have done all right.

I try hard every chance I get;
I get in trouble, I confess.
Can someone tell me what to do?;
I meant no harm to anyone.

I make some jokes; this is no lie;
It's not all right when I goof up;
I try to nip it in the bud;
It never fails; it's taken wrong.

It's not my fault; don't take it wrong;
Sometimes I'm slow to catch a joke;
I don't know why I don't catch on,
But when I do, I've made a hit.

I think that I am pretty nice;
If you agree, that would be great.
Sometimes you don't think I am smart,
But I will tell you it's not true.

I'm a woman with eyes of blue;
I'm a gorgeous natural blond.
I love you still; I always will;
Get a grip; you're mine forever.

Angelina Megan Rose, is
My name, and I'm glad it is mine.
Now's the right time to make it clear;
Call me a dear, and I'll be yours.

Written By Anna Marie Carlson
Monday, March 16, 2020

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