by Sandra S Corona
Tuesday, February 07, 2006
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Old-fashioned humor about a 'proper' lady.
Sandra S. Corona
Take me as I am, a broad.
In the soul of a lady too long Iíve trod.
Guys no longer whistle but laugh, Ďwhat a broadí.
Sashay up, give me a crowd,
Iíll pirouette, tap-dance and belt one out loud.
Give me my full accord when I have stopped, bowed.
Take me completely, a broad.
Proud of who I am, a broad!
Jingle jangle, like a gypsy, things dangle.
May the wind twist, knot, my hair into tangles.
My stockings are black fishnet
but I havenít finished my fishing . . . not yet.
I wonít win a trophy for my beauty . . . you bet,
but Iím sincerely a broad.
You want me to go . . . a broad?
Oh the stories, adventures that ring a bell,
but Iím too full of living on them to dwell.
I want to hear your applause
not for any feat but just for me . . . because
I lived my life without taking any pause.
My ticket for life . . . a broad!
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|Reviewed by Mark Carroll
|Enjoyed the read.|
|Reviewed by Paul Berube
Although I hate the use of the word " broad " to refer a woman. I believe you have punched a golden ticket. Well done.
|Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
|Remember when Julie Andrews and Dudley Moore got into a discussion about broads, and then turned into a fight, then a breakup in the movie "10"? She was so hoity-toity uppity. Broad offended her. I like the word broad, but some women are not broads. You have to have experience in being a broad. It is not a cheap term! It is a lady of cutting it loose when it needs to be cut loose! And I love black fishnets! The crotchless ones! I am a broad! I would rather win trophies for my words than my beauty! I already have. Ricki Lee's Proud Lesbian Website Broad Award! Good to see you posting again, Sandy. Blessed Be.
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
So nice to see you again; hope all is well! Well written peom about a REAL lady! BRAVA!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Sandy, your work always brings a smile to my face. This is no exception, penned with your teriffic humor. Good to read you again.
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Inspiration for those who are not part of the "beautiful" crowd. O, the adventure! The living! Thank you--loved this one.
(((HUGS)) and love, Karla (who's proud to be a broad). :)