richardo posto

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Salty Towel, Faithful Hook - Poem by richardo posto

Ladies and Gentlemen

Lend me your Ears,

And hear use of Shakespearian ref'rence:

I Pine for the gentler pop'rin pear

For I tire of scraping sword against all woodly manifestations,

A more fleshly embrace is sought

In my mind I find her robed in but a long silk shawl

Which Tied twice to lucky Oak branch

makes for good sitting

Above a harsh rock bed

Where I make war with


Lancing out gentle invitations

Morning dew drops swing a reply

A beach greeted by Joyous splashing waves

Becoming Surf

For an ever lasting moment


Rest, gentle one

On Sweaty Haired chest

absorb life given moisture.

Faithful Hook dreams of Salty Towel

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 8, 2010

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