You'Re Such A Treat - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz
Can’t we talk with grace?
Expressions embellished with history
With lighthouses and castles
Can’t we kiss with your black stockings on?
Your belts to a garter
Your pedicure like an exotic treasure chest
Romance makes your eyes into the moon
Metaphor with golden jubilation
Swarthy debonair lines of Renoir
Ballet dancers with poise
Innuendo bright with humor
Darling you get it!
You’re such a treat
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