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Author Name: Freepoematic 6 Comments
Date Added: December 08, 2011 11:12:18 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
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A Girl From The Post Office

A Girl From The Post Office


(An appreciation poem for local postal services)


Came out a nice tone of voice, broad smile,

Hello sir, how can I help you today?

Smartly dressed, official, but friendly sexy face

Simply brilliant, as she strived to serve!

Made you feel, it is the service you want

In a blink of an eye, and you’re almost done!

But wait, you wouldn’t want yet to finish

No, not just yet!

As the eyes had just met,

And the hearts may have just begun, to connect.


Enough of romance, it’s the business time

I’ll be checking the post office’s working time

And I don’t know, should I be singing or mime

The girl, is not mine…

But I just like her, or is it a crime?


You’re made to feel you’re a special customer, always

The excellent service, topped with broad smile, ablaze

You’re put at ease, and very pleased, I should say,

Always …


Sending a parcel becomes a special moment, stays

And you feel….

You’re within the parcel yourself, as she weighs!

Oh, things she makes you to write and say…

Makes you to come back every day

Just to see her serving the customers,

With grace …


Enough, back to business, look at this way

Once you’re done with the parcels and weighs,

Looks you in the eyes and she says:

Is that all, or can I help you with some more?

A book of stamps or phone top up maybe?

Or some of the other services we offer, for thee!


Not today I say and thank her for that

Wish that I had many parcels, and come back!

Tempted to give her my phone to top up

Never mind the long queue, just to chat up!


I was in these lines of thoughts and then,

Came again same nice tone, sexy voice

Sir, Is that all or can I help you with some more?


And suddenly, was I awake or asleep?

Seemed that awake I was, but counting sheep!

What was I thinking? Seemed like a deep sleep!

No that I said, and I thank you so much

For the serving the customers as such!

And I enjoyed the service, very so much.


Now when I go to post and send something,

I will smile and say hello to her, and asking!

How was her day today, hard work, no dancing!


Hope she wouldn’t mind a sincere well wish

Being her customer today, is all I wish

Another wish that I have in my mind

To plan and ask her, to go for a dish!


Imagine I go and ask for her number

Pretend that I need to be served, only by her

What if I make a fool of myself!

Where shall I be going to post my parcels?

Or stay in, and wish for the passing angels!

Some fly passed, some may fall

And I hope don’t break their ankles!


In the end, all that I hope and wish for,

Is her, kindly to light up my candles… maybe more…

What a strange world!

Who knows?

And oh ...

Not to forget her college

Elegant and polite

Almost the same height

A wonderful delight !

They make my local post office

Brighter than bright

Whenever they're both, in sight


happy posting

Author's Notes:

 Dedicated to brilliant staff at local Post office.


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Comment By: FreeRobin on December 10, 2011 07:47:10 AM Report
nice one Dean. you make me feel 17 again.
Comment By: PremiumFirestone Feinberg on December 9, 2011 04:27:29 PM Report
A delightful post-poem.  Who knows: maybe SHE is a member of c-p -- and you'll both have a surprise.  Now then.  'Tis a lovely fantasy -- and surely that's all well and good...  but... dear Dean -- are we quite sure she's not married?  If she ain't, why not 'send' her a little friendly Christmas present, what? --David

Comment By: FreeAlfred Berggren on December 9, 2011 10:47:07 AM Report
A poem I'd like to know more about. Did you date her? Did she take a fancy to you? Did you take her out for a dish?  You've really taken hold of of my mind with so many possible outcomes.
Comment By: FreeTomahawk on December 9, 2011 08:21:15 AM Report

I can see where you're a hopeless romantic....join the club, dude. I liked this, very poignant and fun, reminds me of a work I did. If you ever get around to it, read "New Hope In New Hope", you'll know what I mean. Sorry, didn't mean to solicit, it just reminded me of that one and the girl, therein. Well done, man.



Comment By: FreeDirk Kruger on December 9, 2011 02:10:42 AM Report
wow your best so far , loved it, and hmmm, special moments are rare

Comment By: FreeLinda Jo on December 8, 2011 04:50:24 PM Report
oooh this was the perfect fantasy!  I like how you have given us an inside seat to view this romance as it unfolds...your thoughts, your wishes (too many to count. lol) and your dreams. Go brave, be bold!!  but be discreet and send a note to ask for her number.  I enjoyed the humanity in this poem, the sweetness, honesty, humility, and vulnerability...go for it, girls are naturally attracted to guys with these good qualities. 


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