"Life is the dancer and you are the dance."
Eckhart Tolle

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

It's always about you (RWP #118 digging)


As I fumble through the mess of magenta scarves

I find a picture of my favourite strumpet

She was a Middle English girl

With fine and flowing long blonde hair

She was nonpareil

Her custom of singing while fornicating was so delightful

With eyes the color of turquoise like a mist before me



I stand before the mirror naked and watch her dancing

In the shadows

Fine ferns silhouette her lithe frame

She can be furtive at times

But oh my love for her is undying

I go and cup her breasts, oh how pleasant

Soon we’ll leave on the motor-coach

38 comments:

  1. enchanting...love her singing habit as well! Always such a pleasure stopping by Pamela!

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  2. nicely done! enjoyed it very much...

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  3. Yes, a very sensual poem. Such a delight to read it, Pamela.

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  4. Oh I like this a sensual whimsical tryst!

    Did I tell you my son is studying to teach in Mexico, I think I did...I got him to start a blog, but now to get him to write, lol, that is a lesson learned!

    his blog is http://aaronselviaje.blogspot.com/

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  5. Nice! So many of us found that collection of words sexy! Nice break from the serious.

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  6. Fun. The motor coach does throw a monkey wrench into any attempt at the serious

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  7. Lori,
    It's a pleasure for me that you take the time to stop by. Thanks so much!
    Pamela

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  8. Matt,
    I am so glad you thought it "racy". Thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  9. Anthony,
    Always a pleasure to hear from you. Thanks!
    Pamela

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  10. Lovely and idiosyncratic... also, I think you're the only person I've seen thus far to use "nonpareil" to mean "without peer" instead of candy. Unless that was a double entendre in the poem. ;)

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  11. Motherveg,
    I am so happy you liked it. Thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  12. Uma,
    Thanks so much! I am glad you liked it! ;)
    Pamela

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  13. Elizabeth,
    I am glad you liked it. Thanks for stopping by. Didn't you ever receive my email? I will contact your son.
    Pamela

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  14. MarianV,
    Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Those words did create a sexy scene for me.
    Pamela

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  15. Barbara,
    Thanks and you are right not much
    seriousness going on here. Appreciate you stopping by.
    Pamela

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  16. Oh my, once I catch my breath...
    ...rob
    Image & Verse

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  17. Joseph,
    Thanks for the compliment! And yes "nonpareil" in this is to mean without peer. Cuz with my girl there is no equal, lol
    Pamela

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  18. Rob,
    Thanks a lot! I do hope you catch your breath, lol
    Pamela

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  19. "Her custom of singing while fornicating was so delightful" is quite the vivid & fun-loving picture. I enjoyed this poem very much~!

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  20. Zouxzoux,
    Thanks so much for the compliment! And thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  21. The fires lit up inside me when I read this. I'd love to be looking into those turquoise eyes. This is delightful.

    -Nicole

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  22. The last line was the clincher.Singing whilst
    f...ing must be a Mexican thing.Never heard of that one!

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  23. Nicole,
    As always I love you stopping by and receiving your comments and compliments. I am so glad the fires lit up!
    Pamela

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  24. Rall,
    Thank you and the last line was intended as a surprise. Now as far as the f...ing being a Mexican thing, could be if the music is just right.
    Cheers,
    Pamela

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  25. Gautami,
    I am so glad you loved it! Thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  26. I love the playfulness of this. It has a touch of magical realism.

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  27. Karen,
    I am so happy you love it! Thanks so much! And thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  28. Pamela:
    What a delightful poem! Just a pleasure to read. Singing while fornicating is quite the image.
    Shari

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  29. Shari,
    Thank you so much! I loved doing this prompt. And thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  30. A colorful picture - delightful read!

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  31. Susan,
    Thanks so much! I really enjoyed yours as well.
    Pamela

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  32. Pamela, nice going with your venturesomeness. You should re-submit for this week's prompt!

    Best,

    Allan

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  33. Allan,
    Thank you for the compliment. Thank you for stopping by.
    Pamela

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  34. Singing huh? I'd always be wondering if her mind was on the fornicating or the motor-coach!

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  35. Derrick,
    Well with a girl like that, one would never know for sure, lol. Thanks for stopping by.
    Pamela

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