True Intentions

Willy Beeman

Thoughts about when all I had was twenty on the tank. I made it through the storm and to God I give thanks.

I think as we talk and she tells me her day. She's definitely a reason to put the games away.

I wonder if she can tell she takes the cool out of my walk? I wonder if she can tell she takes the smooth out of my talk?

A woman so gorgeous, even with no make up. In conjunction with her ethic and being a good mom.

I think of that first "date" I asked her to wear that dark lipstick. The feeling can't be explained when she actually did.

Then there is her daughter and the excitement she has. Their dog and chill times, time happens so fast.

I remember how nervous I was knowing I would try to steal that first kiss. A new bliss was found with that press against her lips.

I hope she heard my words when I expressed truth. Nothing ever expected for the things I do.

I know what it's like to stress like that. I had three friends that got me out and it's time I gave that back.

Sure I wish my hands could do what her clothes are doing, be like sativa smoke ease her mind and soothe her.

But I respect that woman's worth, in the end my intentions will be proven.



  • Author: Willy Beeman (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 9th, 2017 12:42
  • Category: Friendship
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  • WriteBeLight

    Very gentlemanly Willy. 🙂

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