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Jul 2019
At first,
Meeting someone like that he found scary,
But looking at her half face, especially those red shiny lips peeping from a black umbrella,
He found her a black dressed fairy!
She bent her back towards his right & rubbing her frozen fingers on his right cheek she wiped his tear!
She than came as closer as she could to his right ear,
Said in the sweetest voice he ever heard,
"Gentleman you look tired & wet;
Come to my place & have some rest!"
His eyes shaded no more tear,
Now he forgot all his fears,
& looked at her!
Falling till her waist she had dusky hair,
Curly at the ends!
As she shook her head or blowed the cold air,
They moved like snake,
Ah! With her every move she gave him a heartache!
She had deepest curves he had ever seen!
Oh, to hold her, he was so keen!
He looked at her down to upside,
With his not so experienced eyes,
& bit his lower lip in delight!
She walked lost in her own self,
Oh God to herself he was now confound!
But she walked creating curves on the ground,
Like a snake,
A snake he would like to stop,
& get deliberately poisoned by her,
"But how could her poison win over Jane's elixir?"
He was confused,
& to look at her, she have him an another excuse...
& here is the part II...
Hope you guys may like it!
Shruti Dadhich
Written by
Shruti Dadhich  18/F/India
     ---, Fawn, Bogdan Dragos and Jim Musics
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