Ray Boorman



They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder,

this worries me making me feel insecure,

for there are many out there who would behold you.


I look longingly at you in your beautiful dress,

I spy the contours of your amazing body,

others will notice this and yearn for it equally.


I have noticed the way you move with such grace,

this is something you achieve with notable ease,

it turns peoples heads and attracts attention.


I am a simple man, who is lucky enough to have you,

I am honest and kind, I think I have a lot to offer,

yet fear that I will lose you, as so many wolves prowl?



Why is it, that if you are fortunate enough to go out with a beautiful woman, other men will try to tempt her away?

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