Alex Kenneh

(02/10/1992 / Philadelphia)

Dreams 2


Whether its at the store or in the street seeing so flawless can it be true?
Later that night I will probably see you as a model trying to win Miss Girl of my Dreams. I'm shaky still a bit nervous to speak my mind; give me time as my confidence builds.
Your face plaques me as I try to associate myself with higher learning. Conflicting thoughts are starting to afflict me.
Eager hopes of us having a strong affinity for one another.
All I need to know are you religious, slightly ambitious, very creative if you had three wishes, hilarious and know your worth.
I know this might seem strange but let me know if I am out of order for approaching you this way.
In fact, beautiful take time off, vacation; ponder my minds invitation addressed to the very elegant woman right in front of me.

Submitted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Edited: Thursday, March 14, 2013

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