Gabriel Gauci Maistre

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You Simply Don't Know Poem by Gabriel Gauci Maistre


You simply don't know it do you
You simply have no idea
Of just how amazingly gorgeous you are
So gorgeous
That I feel obliged to remind you everyday
Because you deserve to know it
Truly like you I say, there are not many

You have no idea, just how special you are
How it hurts to hear you say that you're not
That you're not beautiful
That no one would be lucky to have you
How it hurts, because my heart knows for one thing
It's not true
Because my heart knows, that you're oh so special
You're beautiful, smart, funny
You're an independent woman
And I oh so love being around you
I simply don't know what else you could ask for in a girl
Because you're all one can ask for, and more
And for all the guys that take you for granted
Do not be sad my sweet love, as they cannot see
Cannot see the beauty, that not only lies on the outside
But also lies deep within, such magnificence
And my sweet love I do tell you one thing
That my wish one day, is to find a girl like you

Submitted: Sunday, April 8, 2012

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