Stephen S. Yeandle

Rookie (New York, NY)

Stephen S. Yeandle Poems

41. Brat 4/19/2007
42. Writers Wife. 5/23/2007
43. Primetime Diversions 6/8/2007
44. Nomadic Pilgrimage 4/24/2008
45. Desert Schisms 4/27/2008
46. Nola 5/4/2008
47. Assimilation 2/24/2007
48. Save Nola (Lyric’s) 11/9/2007
49. Electric Deity 1/11/2007
50. If Only It Could... 1/30/2007
51. Ignored Statistics... 12/30/2006
52. Worlds Together And Apart. 11/16/2006
53. A Bullies Mentality (Condi) 10/21/2006
54. Solitary Woods 9/15/2006
55. The Biker Chick Rag 8/4/2006
56. An Observation By Capt. Poe 7/3/2006
57. Ageing Splendor - Dimming Light 7/3/2006
58. Sexuality 8/27/2006
59. Composition 8/28/2006
60. Storm Surfing 7/13/2006
61. Lyrics For A City’s Night. 12/28/2006
62. 20 Years Ago This Night, 4/8/2008
63. Separated 7/3/2006
64. Return Our Country 8/20/2006
65. Beauty’s Early Influence. 1/6/2007

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Beauty’s Early Influence.

Foolish young girl, in way over her head.

Brazen and cute from her toes to head,
feeling control over all that she met.

Martini olive shimmering skin;
contrasting with crystal white,
Miami Beach sand.

Emerald waters lapped at her feet.

Moves so inciting; jewelry for eyes.

Predisposed breasts influenced her ways.

A skeletal waist above thin shapely hips;
suspended by the harmonious length of her legs.

Naked veritable lasting command,
cradled the minds of the men that she met.

Her age and identity, a secret she ...

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The Biker Chick Rag

So long farewell goodbye
your tears won’t buy me a beer
Someday when your young again I’ll
come home again

So long farewell goodbye

She left on her Harley
a thunder of pipes

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