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Do you believe in love at first sight? Well, this small poem describes what I felt when, for the first time, I saw the woman of my dreams.
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When I First Saw Her
|by Ruben Nicholas
When I first saw her
She took my breath away.
Her mesmerizing beauty
I couldn't understand.
There she was...
The woman of my dreams,
A sight I couldn't believe.
She had eyes of a color unknown to me
And hair smoother than silk.
My words couldn't describe
The angel I've just seen.
She had a sexy voice
Hard to resist.
And a pair of lips
You just want to kiss.
She's an angel in disguise
She's the queen of my heart.
To her I want to pledge
My entire life.
A woman like her is hard to forget
And that's why I'll always remember
When I first saw her.
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