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Always Unsuitable

Rating: 3.3
She wore little teeth of pearls around her neck.
They were grinning politely and evenly at me.
Unsuitable they smirked. It is true

I look a stuffed turkey in a suit. Breasts
too big for the silhouette. She knew
at once that we had sex, lots of it

as if I had strolled into her diningroom
in a dirty negligee smelling gamy
smelling fishy and sporting a strawberry
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Colleen Courtney 18 May 2014
Little ladies hatched from the eggs of pearls like pink and silver lizards! Who writes like this! So incredibly awesome! ! ! ! !
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Seema Joglekar 17 August 2009
Kudos' Voice of a woman, hurts where it's meant to pinch
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Bobbie Goggins 22 October 2005
'little teeth of pearls' 'grinning politely and evenly at me.' - Good imagery. This poem has a sweet, wistful twist and ends with the tragic 'bitter sisters.'
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