Rosemary’s Parterre

By Mia I.   

There once was a fellow who kindly said hello,
a long awaited love I've always been keen of.

The fairest of fair, my flaxen hair,
a glimmer of pink flesh beneath scantily lace underwear.

Say Rose, would you place me by the landscape where the birds sing?
Relinquished to my hazel doe eyes, dusky blush, and soft pressed lips...

Let me be your passion, a tapered white stick burning in the night sky.
Have you felt my heart race?

Whilst the fleeting aroma of Cabernet and lavender beg you to come, I'd relax my bosom, take one short breath and call you Rosemary.

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