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HI! This is the first time I've ever let anyone read one of my poems. I'm 21 years old and my poems have always been about success, courage, friendship, etc. But, lately I've been frustrated with the idea that the perfect man does not exit. Do to these "virgin" frustrations I wrote this poem.
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|by Melissa Vincent
Mr. Right where are you
To find you what shall I do
Will I meet you at a club
Library, mall or sports pub
Will you look really good
For if you do, turn me on you would
Will you have a personality to match
Morals too, and no diseases I could catch
Will you treat me like I want
Or will you tease me and be a taunt
Will it be big or small
Should I judge you by it at all
Will you treat me like a queen
Will you be like nothing I've ever seen
As years go by, my standards get low
To a convent I may have to go
With thoughts of "Settling" on my mind
It's those who lack looks I often do find
I sit and wait for Mr. Right to come
Perhaps some day.....I will get some.
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