Biography of Erica Francis
She writes for pleasure, not for punctuation.
Erica Francis Poems
It is true: My husband has never taken out
This is not a poem about passion this is not a poem about love
In All Honesty
In all honesty today has been something out of the ordinary.
For a woman like me it is improper to act such things.
Whore Wearing Knickers
She strutted about in her knickers yelling maledictions at the passers-by not caring who would be offended by such a crude inturpretation
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Your eyes are the colour of water but it is completely frozen over and there is no way into your vision unless I somehow warm you up first
This is my application I plan to dazzle I plan to inspire
Put On A Happy Face
I'm happy for you my dear I put on my happy face
Kind Paris under my feet. The clack of heels
A Pirates Tale (Not A Very Good Poem.)
Yo ho, me hearties A pirate be I. I swabbin' the deck
Mother May I
Mother may I throw food around because I am contrary as an infant?
For The Love Of
For the love of my shoe collection, this woman has heels
There is a place that only we know Where beauty is skewed Where dew is salty From our skin
Unknown words flow through my mind in hopes of reaching the light at the end
I Want To Taste
I want to taste
the spot just below
your jaw stops.
I'll work my way
around to your lips,
so I can taste
the sweet words
that are still basking
in the warmth
that is your tounge.