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Mysterious Girl

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Mysterious Girl

I sense such great affection...
looking at this lovely stranger..
I am fascinated by her beauty.. 
of her pale and plain cheeks...
Her presence touches my soul,
deeply seduced by her simplicity..
 
I long to dive into her little head.. 
and see all the thoughts within...
Guess I'll never know less I seek...
I feel her pain that she held...
as the sadness and depression,
were paved on her pretty face..
My eyes can't help but stare..
for I adore the very sight of her..
 
She portrays a beautiful elegance..
as she walks under the sunlight,
yet her existence seems unnoticed,
still it intrigues my empty heart..
who yearns to hold her hands...
and reach out for her loneliness.. 
that torments her mind with grief..
 
Now the streets seems empty...
as I stand looking at the crowd...
but no visions of her are seen,
In the darkness of the shadows...
I utter empty words of confusion...
uncertain and doubtful of my sanity..
 
Were my foolish eyes betraying me..?
By the desires and cravings within..?
I shall not seek the wise and learned,
to enlighten my soul with the truth...
Her appearance has brought me joy,
whether or not it is a mere delusion..
born through the visions in my head..
 
She will live in my memory eternally..
like a portrait hung in an empty hall.. 
Every look at it brings me a smile,
in my times of sorrow and anguish...
She'll remain the enigma of my dreams,
a soul of vagueness and mystery...

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