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Author Name: Freedyoung 6 Comments
Date Added: February 09, 2004 01:02:29 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Sexiest Woman on Earth and The Luckiest Man Alive
Lights played behind my closed eyes
As the dance music played out of country-music speakers.
Alien boots restricted my movement
On the sawdust-covered dance floor.
But the beat of the music caught me inside
And set me free.
I looked to find you;
To see what you were doing
And your gaze locked me.
Blue eyes blazed beneath a black, felt hat.
Shadows played across your chiseled chin.
Your romance-novel lips sat firmly
Among your outlaw-whiskered face.
I missed a step in that stare.
My breath was taken away.
But you were not shaken in any way.
So I closed my eyes and danced.
I was the sexiest woman on earth.
Not a mother of two.
Not a girl trying to find her place
In the khaki, cubicle world of men.
I was a flame in the fire of you eyes.
The reason your face was set with desire.
The music ended and I walked back to you;
Embarrassed and ramped all at once.
You wrapped you arms around my waist;
Held me like you'd never let go
And put your warm, whiskered mouth against my ear.
You whispered, "I'm the luckiest man alive."
And you were right.
Because there wasn't a man alive who was loved more than you
Were loved by me that night.
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Comment By: PremiumBruce A. Peaslee on October 9, 2006 01:36:46 PM Report
Dori-  Your poem is a wonderful view of love through you eyes. It is compelling and enchanting. 



Comment By: PremiumMary Lou Allen on March 17, 2004 10:11:44 PM Report
Dori, I read this, seems like ages ago. I don't know why I didn't comment on it then. I just didn't. But it's haunted me to the point that I've come back to tell you, this is the sweetest, sexiest, poem I've read. I love it. Your descriptions are so vivid, I can see the joint, the dance, the guy, and you, and hear the band. It plays like a movie in my mind. Wonderful job. ML
Comment By: FreeMark S. Valence on March 9, 2004 02:44:23 PM Report
A good poem of love. Good write Dori
Comment By: FreeMegan Catherine on February 10, 2004 02:03:15 PM Report
What an excellent example of how two people can feel like the only ones alive...even when surrounded by many others. Well written.
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on February 9, 2004 07:49:41 PM Report
Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on February 9, 2004 02:00:13 PM Report
Hot!!! Very very gooooodddd, Dori!!!!

Lady Dragonwyck


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