Look at you, sitting on your white horse;
so handsome, suave, and debonair.
An armor, spit-shined, silver, and bright;
maidens kneel down, with long flowing hair.
A knight of honor, compassion, and hope;
rescuing women there and here.
Uninhibited, and free, to do as you wish;
your words are smooth, a voice sincere.
Sexy eyes, and touch so smooth;
you speak poetry; it makes them shiver.
Prince Charming is not a myth; oh, no he’s not;
you ride in swiftly, the ever-gallant giver.
Swooning dames, who offer their love;
kissing your feet, to show appreciation.
Every woman wants a chivalrous man;
thousands like you, would change civilization.
© Debra McLain
Excerpt from the book “Silhouettes Of My Soul”
About the Author
Debra McLain resides in California. She is mother to two daughters and three granddaughters. She works in agriculture, although her passion is in writing. Her dream is to publish a best seller regarding her twenty-eight year battle with an eating disorder and the spiritual awakening that followed.
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