Poem About The Love of British Gentleman

The Love of an English Gentleman

Once upon a time

He was my man

He love me and I love him

Those were the days

With my English gentleman

He followed me everywhere

And opened doors for me

I wore my skirt

And he wore his black tie

He was my English gentleman

He called me my darling

I called him my sweetheart

I was his "Juliet"

And he was my "Romeo"

He was truly my English gentleman

He gave me a lovely rose

Ah those lovely English rose

He said I am his rose

His one and only Asian rose

Adored by an English gentleman

Alas, he is no longer here

Together with his fish and chips

That we shared together

Plus the plays we watched together

He was truly my English gentleman

Ah... memories are sweet and he is gone

Like the 27 pages love letter of his

I will always cherish and remember

How is it to be loved truly

By an English gentleman

HUBMOB about English traditions - St George Day

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Coolmon2009 6 years ago from Texas, USA

Beautiful Story :)


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alexandriaruthk 6 years ago from US Author

thanks cool!


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Pamela99 6 years ago from United States

Very lovely hub. I really enjoyed reading this. That English gentleman sounds wonderful and sweet memories are a wonderful thing.


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barryrutherford 6 years ago from Queensland Australia

nice !


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rprcarz50 6 years ago

Great Poetry ! Thank you for putting this Hub up. Nice easy reading.

Ron

As Always Also a2z50


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alexandriaruthk 6 years ago from US Author

Thank you Ron, Maita


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alexandriaruthk 6 years ago from US Author

Thanks Barry, Maita


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alexandriaruthk 6 years ago from US Author

Pam, what a nice compliment, Thank you,

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