Oh My Gosh


Rivas, Nicaragua. At the ferry landing Lac Nicaragua

Oh My Gosh

I was told by my mamma

That I would meet, a lady

That would take my breath away

That was my destiny

Well just the other day

I saw my destiny

She stood there looking

Doe eyed and sweet

I was all a flutter

Tongue in a knot

She said hello

I thought I melted

Oh my gosh

Oh my gosh

Well you know

I found my tongue

But all I could say

Oh my gosh

She wore a red dress

Tight and alluring

Those smoky eyes

Kept pulling me closer

Those soft red lips

Just a teasing me

Long black hair

Straight and sparkling

She got swinging hips

Oh, those shapely legs

What a pretty lady that

Oh my gosh

I’ll take you in my arms

Hold you tight

Tell you, you are my destiny

To the end of time

I just want to

I just want to

Make love to you

Oh my gosh

Oh my gosh

Oh my gosh

I have met my destiny

She takes my breath away

4 thoughts on “Oh My Gosh”

  1. Interesting post, beautiful picture (I can even feel the wind that was blowing 😉 ) and nice words.
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Nice work Ken as I enjoy your posts.

    We are here in Puerto Vallarta for another week before heading to San Miguel de Allende. We have been touring around here and I posted a small gallery of photos on a small surfing village just north of Puerto Vallarta. http://www.photographybymarshall.com/Clients/Sayulita

    Still trying to cross that line between photographer and artist, but just haven’t found the right road yet. I have been getting some traction on a couple of my photographs which makes me feel good. But the main thing is that I enjoy what I am doing and still enjoy the learning part of post-processing.

    Just thought I would say hi and let you know that I enjoy your posts. I am not a real poetry guy, but I always enjoy the story you are telling with yours



    1. Hello Marshall.
      Nice to hear from you.I live in Matagalpa Nicaragua. First week of March will relocate to Jinotaga Nicaragua. I will then be higher up in the mountains. To do landscape photography here is pretty tough. I do not drive here.The weathwer has made it difficult. I also do not like photographing alone here.

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