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Read Poems by Trevor McLeod

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Cathy

Cathy was stunning girl
who's memory burned in mind.
Attractive for her buxom bum
the Northern Lights helped find.

A ghostly skin to show her beauty
her hair had framed in blonde.
Blue eyes awaiting my first glance
somewhere, someplace beyond.

Her white teeth soft in glowing health,
a smile would calm my heart.
My tonsils dancing for a look;
her lashes knew to dart.

Her bosom bound to stop my breath.
Courageous love she's dawned.
My passion for her moistened flesh
much more of love than wand.

Copyright © Trevor McLeod | Year Posted 2017

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