An Ingres Back

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She has an Ingres back

She is a violin

And when she’s in his arms

She sweetly plays for him

 

She doesn’t know the words

He doesn’t know the tune

There’s a duet of sorts

In that sweet dark bedroom

 

His fingerwork is good

Her mouth is soft and warm

While she is in his arms

They will not come to harm

 

Her voice is like a lute

And yet he hardly hears

When she tells him of love

He always disappears ;)

 

 

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Chris Co

Wed 28th Dec 2011 17:46

I like this Ann,

seductive and a nice touch of humour.

My Best

Chris

Kenneth Eaton-Dykes

Sat 24th Dec 2011 14:41

Hi Ann.I've been neglecting you lately.
lovely poem, Jean August would need to work on bigger canvases these days.

Ken xx

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Ray Miller

Thu 22nd Dec 2011 23:57

Nice poem, Ann. You've no need to repeat "sweet" though and fingerwork is fine sounds snappier.

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Isobel

Wed 21st Dec 2011 17:43

Why don't you tag it with WOL Comp for Anthony's thing? It has a light hearted touch to it and there isn't an I to be seen...

I think we should challenge ourselves to write an objective poem about our own sex - it would be interesting to see what we think of each other.

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Tommy Carroll

Wed 21st Dec 2011 17:00

O.H. M.Y. G.O.D...is this the objectification of women I see?

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Isobel

Tue 20th Dec 2011 19:26

Lovely poem. Beautifully read Ann. Yes - there are cads everywhere you turn - even in Cornwall it seems!

I like the rhyme and the way it seems to so effortlessly flow.

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Crackling

Tue 20th Dec 2011 13:00

Loved it. Very beautiful emoticons [ and emotions too].

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Greg Freeman

Tue 20th Dec 2011 09:29

Liked this, Ann, its confident rhythm. And it's the first poem I've seen that ends with an emoticon :-))

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Ann Foxglove

Tue 20th Dec 2011 09:03

Maybe she was jumping the gun!

steve mellor

Tue 20th Dec 2011 09:02

Love the poem despite ...

The absolute cad!!!!
We don't allow cads in Yorkshire!!!!

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