Ted Sheridan


Liposucks - Poem by Ted Sheridan

I wonder my beautiful...
You look so forlorn or should I say worn...
Could it be that you don't know how to handle scandal
From the look on your pretty face
I detect an air of confusion
You cry and weep for wasted hours....
To say only.....' I have wrinkles and I look so old'....
Wrinkles at forty...and your world collides....
Just think__
If you can't handle wrinkles at forty
Why then do you want to live forever.....

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 9, 2011


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