Just As You Are
When I think of words for someone I haven't seen
I always start with 'How have you been?'
Like I knew you, an old friend I once was close-
A familiar fragrance of a budding rose.
You are beautiful like a flower in a dessert
Do not let people dull your vibrance then get hurt
You're worth every spikes and thorns you wear
In God's time you'll meet your fated pair.
You are a woman, a dream, a queen to behold-
More precious than a diamond wrapped in gold
So keep shining like a bright summer star
Know that you are perfect just as you are.
Copyright © PJ Gongora | Year Posted 2022
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