3 Husbands Poem by Madam Anonymous

3 Husbands

Rating: 5.0

Numero Un:

To have and to hold,
A Midas,
Replete with gold.

Lord of mountain hideaway,
In Aspen,
For family play.

Manhattan penthouse
Zooming Ferrari,
Moneyed clout.

Powerful and homely,
Spawning ground,
Socially comely.

Numero Deux:

To have and to hold,
A Casanova,
The force behold.

Sleepless nights,
Monotonous rites.

Playful fun,
Two bodies,
Orgasmically one.

Always game,
For another round,
Of the same.

Numero Trois:

To have and to hold,
An Aristotle,
Intellectually bold.

Philosophy spewing,
Tradition chewing.

Brainwork overtime,
Prose and rhyme.

Original mind,
Prejudices, immorality,
Left far behind.

3 husbands,
Heroes all 3,
All with virtuous qualities.

Ahh……………. fantasy,
3 rolled into 1
Can it ever be?

Arshad Sardar 01 April 2009

Oui. Just keep growing as an objectivist, you'll see him soon enough.

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Rico Avila 01 April 2009

Probably not... but if you had to choose, which would it be? Money, passion, or intellect....? ? ?

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Teresa Dearing 01 April 2009

I think I found him...took me 3 trys, but he is a 'bit' of all 3, he wishes he had more gold-don't we all, but he is sharp as a tack, sexy Sean Conory in looks, he could be a little less serious, but 'sigh' as you say you can't have everything. Iknow there must be more out there, they can't all be like the dumb a-es we se on the TV. T

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Dr Hitesh Sheth 13 April 2009

Yea it can be..............but perfect husband would also search for perfect wife..........Good Write.........

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Rajaram Ramachandran 03 September 2009

The title of the poem seems to be funny, but the contents are very good.

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Saadat Tahir 03 August 2009

Fantasy is well fantasy… a land not trodden by mortal step.. If wishes were horses…and damsels on their graceful backs swayed to the tickling wind. Your poem is very nice…although its less then desirable to numerically label poetic elements…you’ve done it very well indeed…by camouflaging in a linguistic transition…clever there…great poetry Cheers More earthy and tangible: …I quote It is as pleasing to me as they say The golden apple to have been to that swift girl, Which untied that long-bound girdle Gaius Valerius Catullus Verona 50 BC

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Irene Clark-hogg 31 July 2009

A charming piece of fantasy, every woman's dream. Perhaps I will opt for bigamy and have one of each. Irene *grin*

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Alf Hutchison 12 July 2009

Madam.. such nonchalance deserves a standing ovation

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Indira Babbellapati 17 April 2009

it can definitely be...the fortunate lot!

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