Thursday, October 28, 2010


I had given up hope and felt my dreams sliding off the slope
I had forgotten about women of wisdom in my lonely kingdom
I had lost out of sight my double Debbie's eye with a cry and a sigh
But Susanna's whisper of warmth woke up my stroke after my choke
Her embrace made my suspicion amaze and evaporated the cold haze
Her lively look broke my sharp hook and streamed my blood like a brook
Her daily calls recalls the strength of moms double walls that never fall
Her immaculate emotion she shows me warmest devotion that doesn't endure sun lotion
Her sorrow will be soothed tomorrow yet by my rainbow reached by my homely cute sparrow
Indeed my throne of tenderness didn't appear to be flown and blown by my lonely twilight zone
Image by Ed Yourdon via Flickr

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