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Fantasy Love Spree

Ronald-Bunch 1982 (Grand Rapids)



I imagine a woman
Named Rosemary,
Beautiful,
Out of gas,
Fishing for fish
On a lonely mountain pass.
She had marbled green eyes
Shiny like glass.
Her teeth are snow white.
She hummed soft.
Her hair like a red light
Positive and bright.
She had my heart at first sight.
What a lass.
Skirt colored as red roses and grass.
But alas,
She was a tart.
How this fantasy pressed against my heart
And into the pages of poetry.com
Where everything wasn't real.
It felt surreal.
Wishing and fishing.
She had my heart on a reel,
It was shallow waters,
She reeled it in to steal.
She was a hologram,
A love machine,
Didn't care how I feel.
I loved her and she used me
For ecstasy.
But now I'm a fish
That's free,
And she's reeling in another victim
On her fantasy love spree.
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Submitted by Ronald-Bunch on April 07, 2021

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ronaldbunch.com He did volunteer work, goes to church, reads, and likes to run marathons. He's a self published writer and poet. He's getting his GED and will graduate at Grand Rapids (USA) community college. Activity: Ronald Lee Bunch published his poetry book called I Am A Man As I should be on create space September 1st, 2014 (Paper Back) and August 31, 2014 (Kindle Edition) Audio book is now available at amazon. Interests: Writing, reading, running, weight lifting, drinking coffee. Favorite book types: Science fiction and writer/author biographies. Some of the books he read: Mainspring (Clockwork Earth #1), The Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia), The Holiness of God, The Outsiders, Clash of the Titans, Gulliver's Travels, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Harry Potter #2), The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic, Crossfire, Outland, Krull, The Red King (Star Trek: Titan, #2), Icerigger #1, Spellsinger, Flinx's Folly (Pip & Flinx #9), Battle Surgeons (Star Wars: Clone Wars, #4), The Silmarillion, The Lord of The Rings, The Hobbit, David Copperfield. more…

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