Besame Mucho, Juanita, The Mexican Girl

Previously published by me (as all other my English poetry) on other sites under the name princeAlexander / princealexander.
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I'm in love with Juanita

From El Paso country song...

Kiss me stronger, senorita,

Make my memories be gone.


To forget the northern beauty,

Who's cold heart is made of stone,

Kiss me stronger, Spanish cutie,

Give me love I missed so long.


Brown eyes so warm and tender,

Margaritaville from blender

Makes it easy to surrender,

Borrowing love from lovely lender.


Do not check my credit rating,

- I am all anticipating...

Give me love that I am awaiting,

Make my loneliness abating!


Rambling rose from Spanish garden,

Do not let my heart to harden.

Harden only what can please,

- I am down on my knees.


I'm in love with Juanita

From El Paso country song...

Kiss me stronger, senorita,

Make my memories be gone.

by Poet Princealexander

Comments (1)

La muchacha no se llamaba Juanita; se lamaba Felina. The girl's name in the song was not Juanita; it was Felina. Black as the night were the eyes of Felina, Wicked and evil while casting their spell. My love was strong for this Mexican maiden; I was in love, but, in vain, I could tell. Good job on the poem, anyway.