Treasure Island

John Gabriel


Eyes Of Blue


My heart gave a sudden sigh for those eyes of blue
more beautiful than the deep blue skies
It was love at first sight for this old fool

And how I loved her shiny blonde hair
just like her eyes her hair shined like the sun
she looked absolutely beautiful I had to stare

But then I stole a peek in her bathroom medicine chest
proof of blue tinted contacts and bottled blonde hair
I now wonder if her large bosoms are padding at best

Submitted: Saturday, November 30, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 30, 2013

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