gershon hepner

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Heckled - Poem by gershon hepner

Being by my lady heckled
brings out some spots in me, and speckled,
I find myself litiginous
Since I’ve become lentiginous,
poetically far more audacious
not furtive, furfuraceous.
So lady, give me praises, lots,
I don’t like breaking out in spots,
and God forbid, if I’m contagious
it may affect my cyberpages.

Inspired by a poem by Stan Cooper on Poetbay:
Lentiginous Lady

Beautifully lentiginous from head to toe
Her freckles sent hordes of fantasizing men aglow
This redheaded beauty caused many a male arousal
But never permitted them to lead her to nuptial espousal

Why be linked to one man she, undoubtedly, would melt
If so many more would crave the freckled charms she dealt
To satisfy just one might for most be fine
But this freckled beauty preferred melting eight or nine


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2010

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