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Old fashioned girl
And modern man
Met at the place
Where mermaids stand

He told the lass
To fill his glass
With spirits sublime
Knowing in her words he would find

Reflections cast
Upon the sea at last
Underneath the weight of he
To hear his cries of ecstasy

Would be forbidden passion
For the modern and old fashion
To wear a ring of gold to remind them
Of love growing that binds them

Sail away to distant shores and beaches
A mermaid girl swims and reaches
For love not inspired
Even thus fully desired

I look for quotes wise as you find
And in hours all I find to be kind
Words from masters smart and neat
When I want to express the heat

With gifts of naked breasts
To be your pillow and your guest
Only as you and I live miles away
Skin lonely each night and day.

2/21/2009 1242 cj

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