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FREE CEE a burnt sienna beach beckons out of reach

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FREE CEE a burnt sienna beach beckons out of reach


She softened the surf near a secluded isle during a summer sequestered by her smile
And she wore a smile all the while
With an ambiance of ambitious style

She reduced the roar at the shore and seduced a beach besmirched by her beauty
While waves accepted the woman’s wish for quietude as their duty

And so the waves would silently cease what had been disturbing the peace and piety of a pleasant afternoon with a woman lovelier than any day the weather could ever create

She was gracefulness that was never abandoned nor to abate
With exponential exquisiteness for excitement to endow
Beauty before whom any beau was benevolently bequeathed to bow
And bow did they indeed
With her loveliness taking the lead
And I to plead for only one nocturnal need
That I might one night lie next to or upon a pleasure trove of ample and amplified magnificence
A body born of beauty’s benevolence
This was one so fair
The one with silver hair
The lady with an agreement of aggrandizement to breach

The beauty who begot belligerence for her beau on a sienna brown and now blatantly blemished beach
So sorrowful would that beau be

And that misbegotten man would happen to be me
I was the beau laid low and forced forever to take my catatonic heart and go

Lest that I could ever fly

I to not defy her final goodbye

A farewell to that which has now become so wretchedly out of reach
Oh woe should go to the blasphemous b*tch and that now blackened the beach
© 2012…..PHREEPOETREE ~free cee!~

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