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Poet deVine
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since 1999-05-26
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Hurricane Alley

0 posted 2000-06-22 11:10 PM

Beguiling belly, swaying hips,
hands held high above her head
face covered but for innocent eyes
drawing you to her dancer’s bed.

Body swaying to the music
enticing thoughts, most lewd.
Seducing your heart with a ripple,
of her belly’s attitude.

Lowering herself before you
offering fantasies in her dance
fingers drawing you closer
to join her in romance.

Then with a touch, it’s over
your wife just broke the spell.
You turn and smile and hope
she won’t give you hell.

© Copyright 2000 Poet deVine - All Rights Reserved
Janet Marie
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since 2000-01-22
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1 posted 2000-06-23 12:55 PM

LOL you just couldnt be good the whole poem
could you  

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since 1999-06-23
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2 posted 2000-06-23 01:00 AM

funny funny!

Dark Angel
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since 1999-08-04
Posts 10095

3 posted 2000-06-23 01:08 AM

Good one Sharon   enjoyed it muchly!!

My grief lies onward and my joy behind

Member Empyrean
since 1999-06-05
Posts 25505
Ft. Lauderdale, Fl USA
4 posted 2000-06-23 01:14 AM

It's amazing how inconsiderate wives can be! Love it, deVine one  
Rex Allen McCoy
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since 2000-01-30
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Sippin a Timmy's in London
5 posted 2000-06-23 09:49 AM

this is priceless LOL

Not A Poet
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since 1999-11-03
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6 posted 2000-06-23 11:08 AM

This was great   I was really getting in the mood   then you slapped me back into reality at the end. Wonderful turn.


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since 1999-06-19
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7 posted 2000-06-23 02:59 PM

Smiling here... wonderful poem.
Poet deVine
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since 1999-05-26
Posts 22612
Hurricane Alley
8 posted 2000-06-27 09:53 AM

Thanks for your replies. I guess humorous poetry is lagging in the replies for the book, I have a couple that may not be suitable, 'Bob's Big Boy' is one. This was the tamest of my humorous ones.  
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Blue Heaven
9 posted 2000-06-27 10:23 AM

Would it be worth it however???
Good turn at the end. Me thinks you hoodwinked

Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito. - Virgil.
"Yield thou not to adversity, but press on the more bravely".

Sudhir Iyer
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since 2000-04-26
Posts 6943
Mumbai, India : now in Belgium
10 posted 2000-06-27 12:22 PM

....Smiling away here....



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since 1999-06-05
Posts 596
Callington, Cornwall, England
11 posted 2000-06-27 12:55 PM

Hubba hubba!!! oops, shhh don't tell anyone I said that  


"We are the music makers and we are the makers of dreams." - Willy Wonka.

Kit McCallum
Member Laureate
since 2000-04-30
Posts 14774
Ontario, Canada
12 posted 2000-06-27 12:59 PM

Excellent Poet deVine ... loved the
punchline!  Thanks for the wonderful

Best wishes,

Senior Member
since 2000-01-06
Posts 964
13 posted 2000-06-28 06:14 AM

Very clear I can see
that guy had a dream, he dreamed of thee
Only to discover
He was the one that would suffer
Because his wife would get rougher
Did I spell this all ok, very nice little piece Sharon, just wonder where did you get the idea???  

The ability to describe life with words is similar to painting a picture; both can be powerful tools.

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since 1999-05-23
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Coastal Texas
14 posted 2000-06-28 08:10 AM

Hehehehe....Sharon, ya done got my vote.  


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15 posted 2000-06-28 09:52 AM

got mine too....this is cute  
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since 1999-11-23
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East Lansing, MI USA
16 posted 2000-06-29 12:19 PM

LOL deVine. . . this is just too funny. . .

You've captured this nicely!!    


That which gives light must endure burning
--Victor Frankl

Danny Holloway
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since 2000-01-15
Posts 2034
Tulsa, OK
17 posted 2000-06-29 05:16 PM

My wife is a Belly Dancer...let the fantasy play on!
~~enjoyed reading this PdV, very creative!~~

A life isn't significant except for its impact on other lives.

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since 1999-08-22
Posts 22648

18 posted 2000-06-30 08:41 PM

ROFL   Delightful, Sharon!!  


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since 1999-07-31
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United Kingdom
19 posted 2000-07-30 04:28 PM

It's risen again Sharon..*g*


Member Patricius
since 2000-05-14
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New Brunswick Canada
20 posted 2000-07-30 05:37 PM

You are such a tease. You had me hooked and then the final verse. I thought we were going somewhere exotic and - now I'n gonna pout.....
Elizabeth Santos
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since 1999-11-08
Posts 9269
21 posted 2000-07-31 02:40 AM

This brought smiles

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