Come to Me


Come to me
Dewy-eyed dame
Shinning inamorata
Spread your good-spirited smile
That which brings spackle
To the deepest recess of your eyes
Blink to beckon
And there would be no clog
To hinder the wheels of my train
From trudging along
For the coldness of the seabed
Cannot freeze the fish
From tailing around.

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Key Words : Dewy-eyed, dame, inamorata, recess

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In this piece, I recollect that calling on a lady I loved, I was able to see all the attributes that made her special, and when she gave a hint of consent, I could not resist her advances. I had to \'trudge along\'