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It seems like only yesterday.
Catalina Rose and me,
running past her gardens gateway -
My nose smelling scents of universal poetry!
I would kiss her delicate dulcet hand,
that adorned her ancestors ring.
My Catalina came from a distant land,
where her father reigned as king!
Catalina's beauty was just breathtaking;
The magical drawing on her face was exotic.
Thinking of her now is heartbreaking;
For our lovemaking was like my narcotic!
I was so addicted to Catalina Rose,
in ways I can't explain;
from her head to her toes,
I craved her like a junkie does cocaine!
Catalina had the prettiest lips,
with long dark wavy hair.
She had my heart doing flips,
and I use to follow her everywhere!
My princess is now gone from me;
All that's left is her picture in this frame.
I was glad to share her memory,
For Catalina Rose was her name.....