Debora Short

Rookie (August 4 / Florida)

A Stroll Through The Local Log Home Show (Sensual) - Poem by Debora Short

An ordinary show
In most respects
Exhibits all tidy
Many offering treats and
Chocolate tidbits

“Will you be building a log home, mam? ’’
We, No - Smoky Gray and I,
Are quizzed and repeatedly

One exhibitionist demonstrates the
Latest gizmo for eliminating leaves from rain gutters
And another, hawks sealants “guaran-tee-d”
To prevent damage
From carpenter bees
“Now, will you be using hand hewn logs or smooth? ”
He questions
Had we considered,
The savings that using a
Quality “engineered’ stack stone
May afford us
And
Another merchant quotes us his “best” price
For a huge moose head

Walking on,
My left hand cradled in No-Smokey’s right
Suddenly
A young French man
Straight out of a steamy novel
Reaches out for my right
And begins
Messaging ever so sensate-ly
A silky cream
Thumbs gently circling in my palm
Explaining his creams had all the right ingredients
In that delicious French accent
Pure enchantment, I mumbled
No-Smoky (with eyes twinkling) ejaculates:
Guess that was better than another Milky Way

(Red Faced Smiles, Tennessee
October 30,2006)


Comments about A Stroll Through The Local Log Home Show (Sensual) by Debora Short

  • Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr (10/30/2006 9:36:00 PM)


    Debora>>>Quite an interesting stroll...you took a log show & creatively turned it into a fan-fair orchestrated by P.T. Barnum...Not an easy feat, young lady!
    As per usual, a job so very well done'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''F j R
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  • (10/30/2006 8:28:00 PM)


    'And begins
    Messaging ever so sensate-ly'

    Did you 'mean massaging'? Although both would fit in nicely! Good work! BRAVO!
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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 30, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 30, 2010


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