Sandra Dodd

Rookie (April 17,1967 / Los Angeles, CA)

Shoes: The Alternate Orgasm - Poem by Sandra Dodd

Shoes: The Alternate Orgasm
Very busy day no time to dittle away
meetings, accounting, a client to charm
On my way busily
past the downtown windows
Shit! I see a sign
that could do harm to my calendar.
Hmmmmm! Shoes.
The attraction is undeniable.
Do you know what they do to a girls libido?
The find of a well made shoe
on your pedicure is like foreplay,
haunts the mind
until the deed is complete.

sling backs, Mary Janes, flats, Espirils,
pumps with a peek-a-boo toe, flip flops
Oh on the isle of my size was blessed
a large selection of poor homeless shoes.
The giddiness of seeing
so many sweet little boxes
just waiting for me to peak
at what they offer my very wide feet.
Lonely, crying out to me
to take them home, now!
I recieved strange stares
from the middle aged salesman
as I went on a tare
through size 10US/42 European
All the while sighing a low toned 'OH! '
when a perfect shoe for half off did not fit.
Placed on my foot a fitting sassy shoe
I would without realizing
give an out a loud 'ahhhh! '
Then as I walked the aisle in them
to see if they were the perfect match
feminine, comfy, sassy, supple,
making the leg look a little sexy.
If found that to be an affirmative,
I would shout out with glee 'YES, YES! '
Then pair after pair I would repeat
taring through box after box,
over and over
until my shoe satisfaction was complete.

Late to my accountants,
but the pleased as punch
smile on my face said it all
I had been shoe shopping,
saved a bundle!
Really other than really good sex
what could complete a girls day
more than 50% off!
a big pile of hot shoes

Comments about Shoes: The Alternate Orgasm by Sandra Dodd

  • (1/31/2010 3:20:00 PM)

    Well! Mother Sandra you are surely the Cinderella of all shoes, maybe it was all the fancy wrapping that drove you kinda wild to buy some. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 27, 2010

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