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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.

When I First Saw Her

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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5 Visitor Comments

christie
this poem is great, i liked it too much. it contains meanings that it touched me. and words can't tell you how much it's lovely.
alberta
this is one of the best poems i've ever read. nicholas ruben you've done it again.
grace
good work, keep it up.
Fred
Just a great poem about how the first time you see a girl that you know is the one.
Jeff
Loved the poem, it's exactly how I felt when I saw the love of my life for the first time.

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