Sorry Salvador

Back in olden days
I was brought up right
Peeking in ladies' drawers
Weren't polite

But I can't resist
the forehead knob
Findin' your mind
Must be my job

What about 
That matching pair
Should I investigate
Or simply stare?

Check out the liver?
Not today
Room in the womb?
You're too careful they say

I'll take a look
At bended knee
Can't imagine 
What I'll see

Even here 
You're quite disarming
But without your drawers
Far more charming

Thanks to the Mag


Berowne said...

Vivid, quixotic and - let's see, what else? How about fanciful?

Strummed Words said...

Oh, I like this clever and humorous piece!

Aisling Literary Services said...

LOLOL. Clever you. We have a few poetic comedians in our midst. Love it.

Heidi said...

This was hilarious! I laughed all the way through. Thanks for the fun read!

Laurie Kolp said...

I really like this one!!

Jinksy said...

Great fun response! Thanks for the giggle. :-)

Kathe W. said...

I imagine you will find the socks at bended knee! Very amusing and fun!

Yvonne Osborne said...

I love your cosmic blog. And this poem is delightful. Venus is indeed charming, with or without her drawers!

21 Wits said...

Such a fun clever twist- to this!

hyperCRYPTICal said...

Clever humourous write!

Anna :o]

Tess Kincaid said...

Far more charming is exactly was this is...

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