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THE STORY OF LADY KAYLA

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THE STORY OF LADY KAYLA

I FELT THE GENTLE BREEZE AS THE DOOR SWUNG OPEN. THERE THIS TANTALIZING DOVE 
ENTER, WITH THE RADIANCE OF THE SUNLIGHT.  YES HER SMILE WAS SO INSPIRING AS 
HER BEAUTIFUL IVORY TEETH WERE EVENLY SHOWN.

IT WAS AS THOUGH WE KNEW EACH OTHER, BUT WE DID'NT IN THE NATURAL REALM.  
PERHAPS SHE WAS A PRINCESS FROM ANOTHER TIME. YETG, I WAS TO SHY AT FIRSWT, 
BECAUSE I FELT THE LAMB IN HER, BUT DEEP WITHIN I SAW THE SLEEPING LIONESS 
WITHIN HER BEING.

HER LIPS REMINDED ME OF A RUBY COLOR SWEETG FRUIT, AND HER EYES WERE LIKE 
LARGE PERFRECTLY SHAPE SPARKLING MARBLES. THEN I GAZE AT HER LONG BEAUTIFUL 
SANDY SILK LOCKS. ONLY THEN DID I IMAGINE MY MIGHTY,BUT GENTLE FINGERS 
ROAMING THROUGH THEM AS I'D MASSAGE HER TENDER HEAD.

I KNEW SHE WAS NOT FROM THE PLACE I LIVED IN FOR EIGHT YEARS. I PONDERED AND I 
PONDERED AS I LACK THE COURAGE OF UTTERING SOME OF THE THOUGHRTS OF MY 
HEART AND MIND.

I KNEW SHE WAS A STRONG DAMSEL AND A VERY DETERMINE BEING WHO WOULD NOT BE 
DENIED.  YET I REMAIN SILENT AND YEARNING FOR THE PRIVILEGE TO COMMUNICATGE 
WITH HER.  A BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS AS THIS , TRULY BELONGED TO ANOTHER. YET, I 
WONDER WAS HIS LOVE DEEP ENOUGH OR WAS IT SHALLOW.  SURELY, IF IT WERE I, THEN 
SHE WOULD NEVER ONCE BE WITHOUT THOUGHTS OF ME. WHEN SHE SMILE I KNEW THEN 
THAT LIFE HAS GIVEN MANKIND A WONDERFUL GIFT IN "THE STORY OF LADY KAYLA."

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  1. Date: 1/12/2012 9:41:00 PM
    Woah! My eyes caught the title and I'm glad I clicked on this poem to read! Great one. Always, Laura