Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

Blondie Sings Atomic Cultural Icon Symphonies

'Atomic' video by Blondie
still rocks Debbie Harry
in hot days vital memory
her super beautiful body

voice left with legend heart of glass
thrilled early electronic music days
record platinum rocked vibe videos
Blondie ruled punk image mega forces

new super sleek figure sex smittens
unique purred distinctive presences
shift force smolders in vibrant songs
back in days fire burned dance beats

long way from Nailin' Palin limericks
'breach of sensibility good taste gaffes'
educated intellectuals lose stolen scenes
to busty bombshell Marilyn pose routines

melodramatic star role her seductiveness
comic effect sell 'dumb blonde' personas
model major sex symbol pales in mega voices
when Blondie sings cultural icon symphonies

Submitted: Saturday, June 30, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 30, 2012

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