• World Selection 19.07.2007

    Flashing back to the face of Dawn,
    There is a special memory to see.
    She was…as a friend should be–Dawn;
    All!…a man has a right to please.

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    Flashing back to the face of Dawn,
    There is a special memory to see.
    She was…as a friend should be–Dawn;
    All!…a man has a right to please.

    Every story has some ups and downs;
    My friend…so beautiful to the mind.
    Memories have some smiles and frowns;
    Dawn was everything that is kind.

    One day, Dawn went for a ride–around;
    Cruising!…for a motorbike thrill.
    To her dismay, she flipped to the ground;
    Her motorcycle locked a wheel.

    A light changed…from yellow to red;
    A bumper halted–the solid part!
    Dawn was carefully making her stop;
    Unfortunately!…a bumper smart.

    Well, cycle Dawn…was a bit shook-up!
    So!…what else could be expected?
    Courage dares to lift Dawn…up-n-up!
    Down!…could not keep her affected.

    Sympathy?…perhaps, for a nice thought.
    Alas, Dawn’s altered smile must be.
    She portrays a mighty tower of strength;
    Patiently!…restoring her beauty.

    Beauty will rise with the break of dawn;
    She will heal…as an unlocked wheel.
    Before the sun sets upon this night alone,
    The break of Dawn will be my thrill.
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