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by F William (Bill) Broome
Thursday, June 19, 2008
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Watching women
when they shop
brings you back

Your touching
and fingering is
repeated by some

Those who aren't
hurrying to buy
there for dreaming

You said inspecting
but you dreamed
slowly deliberately

What you did in
stores defined the
word shopping

The clerk knowing
you smiled widely
others wondered

F William Broome 2008


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Reviewed by Myrna Badgerow
This could never have been written for me.. I am so not a shopper! But this brings a smile to my face as you remember....)) love, M
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
Well, I guess I'm your "typical woman"...........I love to shop...and you described it well here, Bill!
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Yes I think this write comes close to what shopping is like if what you are shopping for is somthing you really like or enjoy but I think it compares to men as well for put a man in a motercycle or sports car salesroom and watch how tenderly hands caress cold steel and eyes eat up every inch of

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Have to concur with Lois (below) - I am not a shopper. BUT: get me in a bookstore, that's a whole 'nuther matter entirely. LOL An excellent observation, Bill, always spot on!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
I, a woman who does not like shopping. Get into store, get what I want, get out is my theory about shopping. Have a daughter who just loves to window shop and look and not buy. I just sit on a bench and wait for her. Do not absolutely do not like shopping, and grocery shopping irritates me too. I an unusual I suppose.
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