The Perfect Crime

by Darien   Aug 23, 2006

The Perfect Crime

Moonlight grazed the lake last night
As stars aligned for a beautiful sight
Her eyes of radiance sparked a flame
Whispers from the wind call her name

Sitting on a bench with a lovely view
There was nothing, I would rather do
Leaning her head against my shoulder
I kept her warm as the night got colder

The crime scene was perfectly placed
Go in for the kill, with no time to waste
I grinned as I gently kissed her forehead
"Baby, I love you so much" I softly said

She opened her glamorous eyes so wide
"I love you too," smiling as she replied
Kissing her lips I showed my affection
In that moment there was a connection

Happily we committed the perfect crime
But we were not getting caught this time
The crime scene left empty as we depart
Stole a priceless item, each other's heart


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  • 11 years ago

    by Liz


  • 11 years ago

    by Mousie

    Awww that was sooo cute! i loved it, i thought it had wonderful flow, and great vocab.... you do an exceptional job on your poems 5/5

  • 11 years ago

    by Carmen

    Wow, that was amazing. i love how you can relate crime and love, its so perfect. i loved it. beautiful. 5/5

  • 11 years ago

    by Allison

    I liked it, but it didn't have much of a rhythem or a flow. I liked the setting. 5/5

  • 11 years ago

    by *Charisma*

    WOW! What a beautiful poem. My jaw dropped at the conclusion! Just amazing!