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Beauty Pagents
 
Beauty Pagents

There she walks down the isle
Like a Princess in a castle
Wearing a great big smile
As if there is no hastle

In her gown so long and white
Slowly making her way through
With a beauty shining bright
One could wish she was for you

And much like the princess
She wears a crown upon her head
Her heart goes jumping fences
As thoughts race through her head

As she makes it to the end
It's then she spins around
Blowing kisses that she sends
Her hardly makes a sound

As she returns to the curtain
Another gets her turn too
No one really knows for cetain
Who'll win only the judges have a clue

Yes they are some pretty ladies
Trained for this kind of night
Praying that just this time maybe
They can get everything just right

Written 9/3/2017 by Norman Hale Jr.
2017 norman (All rights reserved)

By norman

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