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My Dream Girl
by Richard Lee King
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Hard to believe that the same girl I'd been dreaming about finaly came into my life. Oh the face is different, but she's the one.


I dreamed of her companionship.
I’d been so long alone.
And, the passion she made me feel
was unlike any I’d recently known.
I was so lucky to have her love,
but there was a barrier in our way.
Still, I kept my fingers crossed,
that in time, we’d have our day.
She brought me so much pleasure,
and though we were still apart,
often we were together
deep within my heart.
Someday we’d know contentment,
I was confident of this.
I was longing for her touch,
and to share her passionate kiss.
I was looking for a future
without much time to spare.
It seemed it was our destiny,
there was much we'd yet to share.
It was hard to be without her,
for in my mind, I had atoned.
But, if it was never going to be,
maybe I could have her cloned.
Meantime, I’d write her poems,
although, it did seem a bit old fashioned.
It was a shame she’d never see them,
still,,, my mind had known her passion.

after so much time without her
I had experienced a bit of sorrow.
But now, since Baskin Robbins,
I foresee a bright tomorrow.
Dreams sometimes seem real.
The passion, sometimes intense.
Now, I may have met my dream girl
and these words begin to make more sense.
Richard Lee King, Author

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Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
Show her the poems man! Patrick
Reviewed by Judith Ann (Reader)
Love this poem. How wonderful that you finally found your dream girl. This doesn't happen to many people.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Nothing like a Baskin Robbins to join hearts, oh how sweet...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Hope all your dreams for the both of you come true...e
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Sounds like you have found what you were looking for...well done.
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