Poem By Laurie hill

Your laughter,
gentle wind chimes on a spring day,

Your voice,
warm and soft, a kings mistress

Your heart,
oh your heart, what can i say,

Your smile,
your charm, ageless

Comments about Ageless

your words are ageless too.This is great.
this poem too shall be, Ageless.
Irresistible, isn't he! Good work.
What woman could resist
Full of tenderness Laurie - - - very appealing 10 form Fay...

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