Simply Six Minutes


Illusion shown to her as he tried to impress

Seeing an ordinary building so dressed

He worked at his vision, difficult but true

Fixing a vision he had in white and blue

She had admired his work she had seen on walks

His increasing talent with never a balk

She discovered him as she sidestepped a pool

Painted so real, then realized she was a fool

He had been standing at the side of the street

Watching as people suddenly stopped their feet

Thinking the cement had actually opened wide

Seeing the illusion of a pool in their stride

He had hopes for his proposal showing her his latest

Achieving the blue bows seemed to be his greatest.


Time’s up ☺️


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