Where are they? Oh, I have lopped off
The pair hung below
what should have been bold
is now shriveled.
Do not fear, dear Man,
they will be kept well,
here in palms;
in succulent, sweaty,
I took this personally!
I believe this is called, “jumping the shark.” I prefer, “The Male Response, Touchy Bits.”
She held my ‘nads in her hand.
Perhaps lovingly ladled.
Like Lenin posters on
an old Polish May Day.
Or homemade soup
made with love and
But those were still my stones.
A rough gift to submit.
A passive aggressive gift,
could even cause a sub/dom rift.
But worth the weight of the world.
If handled with care.
But that was the dare.
Ah! That was indeed the dare. Nice poem! I quite enjoyed that one!
Ah… very nice…. roller coaster!
Mae Day Posters
How many should I print?
Many Many Many!!!!
Reblogged this on Polly.
Polly…thank you for the reblog!!
Is the man a coward when confronted with the sacred feminine? Man should remember they all have a mother who gave birth to them.
Comparatively! Socially, he should not be. In this case,
chivalry is absent. The feminine is more chivalrous!
Drifting Wood. Or (rather) “Mae Dae”
(a crippled ship’s cry for help)
CENTURY STORM HITS (Euro Crisis)
to stay alive.
aloof… and aloft.
PICK A Hurricane Name (insert here, I suggest Irene, most will choose Katrina)
Pissed off Boots.
And tailored suits
But Maggie Mae
Did not care,
Held no fear.
Suitors on trial,
lack of fear
Joan of Arc
Land and sea devoured,
the tailored types
and predicted the
of the wine
THEIR COCKTAIL hour friends!
fast reached end,
Not a man’s
Receded so quick
a Gelded afflict
Mad male balls
I am beyond flattered, my friend! Brilliant writing. I am posting this to my facebook 🙂 Thank you for the smile…I am just so flattered I don’t know what to say!
painful imagery. good work and thanks. my condolences to “him.”
My condolences as well to “him”. 😉 Thank you for the comment!
Oooooh … harsh. Makes me wonder what he did to deserve that!
Hmmm..perhaps he didn’t 😉 Thanks for the comment!
promise of warm palms
leaves soft eye
LOL….That is terrific…and quite interesting at the same time?!
“YOU STOLE MY JESUS FISH, DIDN’T YA?!”
The slight evil that resides in all of the feminine persuasion.
🙂 ❤ you!!!