Treasure Island

Michael Peterson

(Janesville, Wisconsin)

Angel in the Sun


The sun setting to the west slowly
The breeze ever so slight
Sweat pouring down from the humid air
Sunlight so bright
A gorgeous figure appears thru the light
Hair blowing with the wind
Her body swaying to the music
Walking so gracefully toward me
The sunlight glowing around her body
A beautiful angel in the flesh
Eyes as beautiful as the sky
A smile so sexy and lips so juicy
The body of a model
Envy by all who see
A Curvy shaped figure to an hour glass
Smooth soft skin like a baby
Sexy legs of a dancer
Perfect in every way
A personally of a queen
Smart as a whistle
Funny as a clown
Passionate in a romantic way
Friendly to all, Kind to most
A sweetheart in all our dreams
Reaching out to hold and kiss this angel
A splash of cold water to wake me up
Fantasizing of a lady in the sun
Dreams, I hope comes true with you
My Angel in the sun

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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The heat and Humidity got me with this angel

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