It is yet another beautiful day,
Yet your beauty looms in the sky,
My clock tickles,
And I remember your barbie shape and girlishness,
Wonderful curves that tells me to stop moaning as it is still morning.
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I parted with my Spanish girlfriend a few years ago. She was pretty. I loved her eyes so much. When we were dating, I got her a stuffed white baby seal from an aquarium with same round dark eyes. She had the shape of a barbie, amazing curves. She loved when I held her hand anywhere most times. She was the very girlish type and still very lovely that I get a nostalgic feeling whenever I reminiscence the elegant moments we spent together.
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