The Lyrics to a Heart Beat
By: James Revels III
Perfected Mona Lisa’s smile,
Her grin bends any frown.
Only see her once in a while,
but that time adds up when she comes down.
Her beautifully sculpted mind,
Chiseled like the Thinker,
Should be displayed in the Lourve
Solving my problems with nothing to prove.
Even when tides change the moon phase,
She finds ways to rise to occasions,
Even though we meet in our home town,
Moments feel like vacations.
My best friend,
The only one of top
And I hope in the end,
You place me in the same spot.
Can’t invent a teleportor,
but imagine this as a telegram that transfers my heart toward her.
So keep it locked up safe and listen to the biorhythms,
because if you listen closely you’ll decipher these words in them.