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Saturday, October 5, 2013

Sunday Afternoon at the Movies


Sunday Afternoon at the Movies


Was it simply chance that your hand began to nest
in the secret cleft of my thigh – So clever you were
reaching beyond the basket of popcorn to the ripe
fruit of me, swept in hot flush, blinking in the dark 
As unknown nova ignited velvet flickering to explosion
Silently, secretly, as you sought an errant kernel of corn 




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38 comments:

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    1. Nissa - Thank you for stopping to read and for taking the time to leave a comment. Very much appreciated :)

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  2. Some people can really get naughty and take advantage.

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    1. Hahah... Thank you for stopping and commenting Vandana - I do very much appreciate your taking the time! :)

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  3. Good heavens! This poem explodes with seduction! I really, really like it!

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    1. OOOh thank you M&M ... I am thoroughly delighted that you enjoyed and so very much appreciate your taking the time to let me know! :)

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  4. Ha! I like this one, Pearl. The subtlety of chasing the kernel is an adept technique tried by many, no doubt.

    We chased the words down similar paths this week.

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    1. I think it was the flesh that got us ! :) Thanks for stopping and commenting ... as always appreciate you in oh so many ways :)

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    1. Hahaha ...I love when I have you oohing and er-ing :)

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  6. Well, do tell. This is a fun poem. Great job, Pearl.

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    1. Awww thanks Sabra so happy you enjoyed and stopped to let me know :)

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  7. Oh...that popcorn, it can get away.

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  8. Robert Bourne has left a new comment on your post "Sunday Afternoon at the Movies":

    wheww... very sultry

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    1. Oooh I like sultry - Thank you Robert for stopping and the lovely compliment ... Much appreciated :)

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  9. Oh those errant kernels! Who would have thought? Cool one, Pearl.

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  10. Ahh, the smell of the movie theatre..the popcorn so evocatively drawn..stolen moments..or given moments? maybe that's the magic..

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    1. Jae - Thank you for stopping and I appreciate the time you took for this vivid comment! So much appreciated :)

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  11. seductive... love the descriptions.

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    1. Oh thank you so very much for stopping and this lovely comment - so very very much appreciated.

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  12. Magical! I was really drawn into your poem.

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  13. Well, well, well. Me thinks this stolen moment should not be witnessed.

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  14. I love it when as I read the poetry out loud I can't help from laughing. This is so good.

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    1. Oh a writer's dream realized to evoke tears or laughter - I so very enjoy the laughter! Appreciate you stopping and sharing this comment that has me grinning :) THANK YOU

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  15. Whew! And Ha! This is bursting with heat and fun too! Thank you.

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  16. Sure. Sure. Do either of you remember anything of the movie? ;-)

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  17. Hot and funny at the same time! Good one, Dr. P.

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  18. Seductive poem, Pearl. Well done.

    Pamela

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  19. I wouldn't have thought to compare hot, buttered popcorn with a sexual experience, but if the kernel fits... :)

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