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will men ever understand

why women love morse?


the most unobtainable, romantic,

idealistic, cerebral -

most fascinating man!


a brainbox!

the most erotic fix

for any woman

worthy of that title!


thinking, dreaming,

searching for perfection.


he would be . . .

the perfect fuck!

◄ unfathomable

alfresco ►


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Ann Foxglove

Mon 7th Jun 2010 15:49

Gorp sounds like a great name for a gorrilla. Now, how on earth did we get HERE?

darren thomas

Mon 7th Jun 2010 10:25

My 'Morse' is a little rusty these days - it could have easily said... 'Eat me -Gorp' although,let's be frank, that doesn't sound half as complimentary!

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Marianne Louise Daniels

Mon 7th Jun 2010 09:49

Mwah!! I have to comment on this because my dad looks exactly the same as John Thaw and he loves Morse! hee hee...

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Ann Foxglove

Mon 7th Jun 2010 09:08

Oi Isobel - if this is a great poem then why is Darren a genius! I demand to be a genius too! ;-) xx

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Mon 7th Jun 2010 06:56

I've now mastered the art of cut and paste and how to spell in Morse Code - Darren's a genius and this is a great poem!

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Sun 6th Jun 2010 19:15

GREWPOW - mmm - maybe not so cerebral...

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Sun 6th Jun 2010 19:02

This is one that plasters on the Grecian 2000....
Someone translate please...

darren thomas

Sun 6th Jun 2010 18:18

Hi Ann --. .-. . .- - .--. --- . --

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Chris Dawson

Sun 6th Jun 2010 18:06

I feel I ought to warn you Ann – there are plenty of unobtainable, cerebral brain-boxes on here (some even with big cars, romantic natures and an ideal or two) who already feel they’re pretty damn perfuck ... I mean perfick .... without you telling them so ... this’ll go straight to their pretty little white-haired heads, I tell ya!

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Ann Foxglove

Sun 6th Jun 2010 17:55

I think Stef that you are mixing up John Thaw with Morse - oh no - hang on a tick - I guess they are BOTH dead. Doh! But as a fictional character he won't ever die. And as a fantasy he won't ever die either. Just off to collect a few bin bags full of horsehair - lots of horses round here! (Soon to be bald!;-))
And thank you Isobel too.

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Sun 6th Jun 2010 17:41

Glad to have inspired someone... well I would have to love this one now, wouldn't I? Luckily enough I do - for its playfulness, yet serious undertones.
I liked the sweet shyness about Morse also - used to love that programme...

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Ann Foxglove

Sun 6th Jun 2010 14:43

Inspired by Isobel's ponderings on the perfect man. Here's mine! And I love Sherlock Holmes too! Unobtainable and a clever cloggs! What's not to love!!!

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