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Like a tempest in Day's of old
Blinded by a dazzling smile,
Eyes as black as night.
Smooth and soft his skin of black.
Masculine hands that promised strength,
Long fingers lent visions of tender caress.
I took from outstretched hands the blarney stone, without a thought.
Properly seduced, by a cad without a care, or thought.
A game invented by foolish Men, for the fickle heart of a Lady dear.
Had she not upon the blarney stone feasted
Her vision. A heartbreak would hence enfold.
Call it intuition, or foretelling.
The jackanapes was put to task.
Luckily for the foolish Cad.
The lady did not deem fit to throw the stone at the Devils' head.
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