Sunday, October 27, 2013

A Sultry Baby

                                                                               le Jardin 1962, by Max Ernst
Image: Courtesy of Tess' Magpie Tales 191

Sultry baby
Not quite exposed
But just

Sexy beauty
Not quite seen
But a blast

Sensuous lady
Peeking through
Must you hide?

Desirable  plaything
Not creating a scene
Innocently alluring

Sensational being
Clever in feigning
Success in the offing

Written for Tess' Mag 191 with above image! Shared with Poets United's Poetry Pantry #173

15 comments:

  1. that is the essence of temptation...not to show you everything but just enough to ignite the desire in your heart....

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  2. Just enough held back to make you want more

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  3. Hmmm! Sultry Baby. Sexy Beauty, Sensuous lady . . . Say what kind of interesting things have you been up to lately? Details please! And don't be too elusive.

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  4. I love how this goes round and round..Alluring...

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  5. Skillful and bright; very well done...

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  6. The form and rhythm of the poem left me willing for more...

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  7. As Bono likes to say..." she moves in mysterious ways "... Cheers Hank, i really enjoyed this one

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