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hard (charcoal man and his lady)

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The Lady
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mais

down bayou
smell of sawdust
on midway
music
chirren running

lady skips happy
sunshine dress
cotton candy fingers
sticky
holding her man’s hand

lift me on horse
let me ride ‘round
red lip spreads to laugh
milk teeth bared

charcoal man lifts her on
shiny black horse
music sings
‘round and ‘round
up and down
happy
goin’ same place
she been last time
legs holding tight
to same moment desire

down midway
singsong man
cry
gar ici
looky looky
belles femmes  
dancin’
like you ain’ seen before
snaky
rise and fall

charcoal man strolls eyes
women in all color silk
movin’
ways that say
need more?
come here
fingers that cry
make you long sweetin’
honey man
eyes that speak
places you never been

charcoal man lifts lady down
arms around his neck
sweet smothering

   allons
   mouche a mielle
   honey bee
   you tired

tucks lady
in dream sheets
   make do-do
   sleep
   my shâ

charcoal man
lights cigar
lifts Panama from nail
walks near bayou

think
'bout hard

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aziza
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1 posted 09-10-2006 03:04 AM       View Profile for aziza   Email aziza   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for aziza

You know -- it's hard for a man to compete with a horse between a woman's thighs ... okay, I couldn't help but go there.

Seriously, my heart kind of goes out to Charcoal Man -- He is trying so hard -- and He is just being pulled, isn't he.

See, what you have done to me?  I am so wrapped up here.

Thank you.
aziza
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Az said it very well.



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3 posted 09-10-2006 08:58 AM       View Profile for Enchantress   Email Enchantress   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Enchantress

Lovin' this series!
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So, what we have here is a dichotomy. My, my Lady! Where will go with this?

I feel the need to offer a critique on your writing as I don't think I ever have.
I love it.

Now that I've done that...get back to work. That panama isn't going to stay hung for long now, and I know it!!!
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horses are very nice
Aziza  
oh yes…  
poor charcoal man is trying very hard  
but it’s his nature  
and he’s being pulled hard
glad to see you wrapped up…

she certainly did, Karilea…

Enchantress, thank you…

what we have here is a dichotomy
indeed Sandra…
I don’t think the Panama
will stay hung for long either  
thank you for your kind words…

iliana
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Kate, this is a wonderful series.....you are so talented!  *hugs*....jo
The Lady
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thank you jo...
hugs to you

Sunkissed
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I haven't read all to this series yet, but you best believe, I will!

awesome indeed!

~Sunkissed.


The Lady
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thank you
Sunkissed...



Dark Stranger
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ladyone
I always dreamed of being a horsey
and of being rode hard
and put away wet


anyway, enjoyed her godiva here
The Lady
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hmmm Stranger…
I see that horsey thing wasn’t
nearly as subtle as I thought it was…
thank you


Godiva was a lady too

JamesMichael
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Enjoyed...James
The Lady
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thank you James...
latearrival
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Still reading and still in awe. Love this series.  martyjo
The Lady
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thank you martyjo...
sewasham
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I'm really enjoying your little series. Very entertaining. Take care and Have fun. Steve

The Lady
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thanks Steve...
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I love how we saw in his head and heart ... and hers too.

Love that.  I think that is what made this series so special for me.

A
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