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Fifty Bales of Hay....
by Diana Wiles

Friday, February 13, 2015
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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A Damsel in Distress calls to her Lord....

                                      Fifty Bales Of Hay....

                                    "I have a major crisis."
                                     to her lord she did confess..
                                      "My bath has overflowed just now,
                                       My room is such a mess."
                                       "Don't worry Lady Antoinette
                                         My Damsel in Distress,
                                         I'll be around on trusty Steed,
                                          (Just wear your low cut dress")
                                           I'm always here when times are bad,
                                            I hate to see my Lady sad.
                                              "So worry not I'll make it right,
                                              (And we can party all the night!)
                                               "I'll see you right,
                                                (And all for free...)
                                                 "Just sit upon my Lordly knee.."
                                                  The barn is warm,
                                                    We'll have our play,
                                                     And romp on fifty bales of hay.....

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Reviewed by CHANTI LACE 3/22/2015
wonderful writing....
Reviewed by George Carroll 3/3/2015
Agree with Don
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 2/22/2015
really like the form and the flirtaous chase. well done.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 2/16/2015
a gem!!!
Christine xx
Reviewed by Michael Jones 2/16/2015
It is cute Diana, thank you!
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 2/14/2015
Unique flair of delight...

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 2/14/2015
Much better than the movie! Very creative and a joy to read on this, Valentine's Day.

Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 2/14/2015
This is fine! Truly an "Emotional Rescue"!

Love ya!


Reviewed by Michael Schafer 2/14/2015
Very cute, I loved it.

Michael D.
Reviewed by John Domino 2/13/2015
A great visual picture comes alive from reading your poem. Remarkable it is, very few authors can achieve that height of awareness for their readers. A spice of romantic humor indeed. Dynamite Diana!
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 2/13/2015
How sweet!!!! I love it!!!!

Reviewed by David Thompson 2/13/2015
Diana...this piece is an absolute gem. It is apparent that these "meetings" have been taking place for who knows how long. And I'm certain Lady Antoinette's lord is more than willing to accommodate her needs and desires, whatever they may be. I love the playfulness of it all. Thanks for sharing...


DavidLee Thompson
Reviewed by J. Roseline 2/13/2015
O Diana,this was so interesting , I wished you could go on..JK
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 2/13/2015
Very well done!
Reviewed by Isabella Koldras 2/13/2015
Diana...keeping a good sense of humour helps...when
in "a major crisis" you've shown in your poem..
Cheers and Happy Valentine's Day!
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 2/13/2015
ooh la la Diana...sure to raise the steeds to their deeds and other needs to nurture breeds to spread their seeds and who knows where else this comment leads. Beautiful imagery.
Reviewed by Edward Phillips 2/13/2015
LMAO! But if I learned one thing from my days on the farm it's
that hay is softer and more forgiving to tender bottoms without benefit of being baled. Loved this romp.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 2/13/2015
A delightfully inviting write, Diana; thank you for sharing it. Love and best wishes to you,


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