Christine – The Classic Woman - Poem by Stanley Collymore

Young, vibrant and intelligent: an embodiment
of wit, charm and savoir faire that personify
a natural sophistication well beyond your
years, you Christine stroll majestically
through the corridors of the receptive
mind – an angel whose heavenly
virtues, yet bestowed on earth,
infectiously linger on long
after you’re not around.
The hallmark of the
Classic Woman.

Poems by Stanley Collymore

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