Ruby Honeytip (1970)
Biography of Ruby Honeytip
I speak my feelings in my little poems and hardly anywhere else.
We come into this world all alone and we are lucky if we leave with someone holding our hand.
My poems are inspired by my life and the lives of others....they are not all autobiographical.....but some are.....I'm not saying which is which.....sorry Red: -)
All my poems are delightfully chock full of cliche. I find there are certain comforts in much used sentiments. For entertainments cause, the trite and predictable can be very popular and enjoyed, luckily for that or the 'Twilight' lady would be a pauper!
Some of my work is a little...erm.....racy. If sexiness offends you...or if you are quite young or religious.....you may want to bypass my poems. Thank you for popping by x
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Her Best Friend
He left a message on her voicemail
She saved it and she listens
She listens and burns.
She is a fool
Such a fool!
An innocent knee
Pressed against hers
Sets her alight where they touch