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One night love stand
Business Man by Robert Loy Gonzalez
 Category:  Young Adult Poetry
  Posted: April 6, 2013      Views: 212

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Ocean view with subtle gust.
For I have seen a sunset,
for all her lust.
Gave her every cent,
that I could afford to rent.

I may pry for an unforgetful past,
but only to rejoice on what had last.

Sunset on the horizon,
living life on my Verizon.

Ignored her gust,
for the rejoice of my lust.

For I am the fool,
so she went to the pool.

And so it be- that was the last,
sunset we shared in the past.

Light and Sweet writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write a romance poem in any style. The theme is light and sweet. Minimum 8 lines. Maximum 16 lines.

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Girl I met at the beach, love for a night. Don't know if it was light and sweet, but it was surely up-to-beat.
This is how a 23 year old single marketing guy lives. Yes, Verizon like the phone is what I meant.
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