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May 2014
There once was a man and a girl
Alone in the world,
Both almost forgotten.

But one lonely night,
He only did sight
The girl alone at the bar.

Her eyes matched the stars
As he came from afar.
He joined that girl,
And they twisted and twirled
Both without a thought.

The forgotten man almost forgot to say
The one reason he never looked away.

It could have been her eyes
That shined as if they were stars.
It could have been
The way she looked at his scars.
It could have been the way they danced and didnโ€™t think,

But the one true reason he couldnโ€™t look away was
She was quite a vision in pink.

m.c.c.
Mary Christopher
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Mary Christopher  NC
(NC)   
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