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  Women Not Allowed, Delicate Subject Here!
by Mark M Lichterman
Friday, September 17, 2010
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I didn't actually know where to put this, so thought... Well, why not Relationships?

Women Not Allowed, Delicate Subject Here!

                    For us becoming older.

Specifically for us men that are becoming older.

More specifically for us men that are older.


Women, or those easily offended,

delicate subject here!

So if easily offended,

simply put,

Go away!


Always one to appreciate girls


when no longer a boy,

to this day

always one to appreciate women,

always one to desire women,

I had thought

with older age my appreciation,

my desire would diminish but,


though doing all not to be obvious,

my head still turns

and my eyes still follow

causing this older...

causing this old man to believe,

to truly believe that this old man will always,

will always,

until coins are placed upon

my no longer seeing eyes,  

this old man will always appreciate,

will always desire,

even though...


though "things" no longer work

as once they had...


Which brings me to the delicate subject here.

The delicate subject most women will never know

unless informed by one of the opposite sex,

most women will never know how men,

how most old men miss...

Call it what you will, guys:

A woody!

A hard-on!

A boner!

An erection!


Women will never know how old men,

how most of us old men

miss awakening in the morning without:

A woody!

A hard-on!

A Boner!

An erection!


                    Sorry, delicate subject here.

But for you old guys,

for some of you old guys,

I just wanted you to know...

You ain't alone!


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Reviewed by Kathleen McDonald 9/26/2010
I enjoyed your write Markie, In these times they have ways of helping out older people so that they can enjoy their sensual lives. Of course the title drew me in too.
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 9/20/2010
Giggle...The title would of course draw me in....and the write is a realistic look at aging...I enjoyed the frankness of this one, ain't all roses for aging women either....maybe I'll write a frank little ditty about it one day...

Your friend,
Reviewed by Kalikiano Kalei 9/19/2010
Concerning this topic, I am wont to reflect back on an astringent remark attributed to Socrates, who, when asked if he ever missed the sexual allure of women as an old man, said (in words more or less amounting to) "Achieving my seniority as an old man is akin to being finally able to dismount from a raging, fiery, out-of-control stallion." There is a lot of truth to that, when one considers that the raging hormones of youth have been largely responsible for almost all of the worst excesses committed in the history of humanity.

That having been said, I was conceived when my father was 68 and am now in my mid 60s myself. Despite that fact, my 'gun' is still charged with sharp flint and dry powder. I guess it's in the genes, as well as 'in the jeans', hee-hee.

Thanks for sharing those observations with the rest of us teenagers in geriatric clothing! :)))

Aloha mai e, Kalikiano
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 9/18/2010
Blue Magic might fly the totem pole
and rise the dragon from his slumber though
there is nothing in the world offensive
about pleasures of the flesh...and passion
for the woman in ones she surely
misses this too...

May Passions Wine Spill for You
Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd 9/17/2010
A good poem none would understand better than an older man. Laurel
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 9/17/2010
No improvement since January? Fire the quack! Patrick
Reviewed by Susan Bergeron 9/17/2010
softly spoken...
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 9/17/2010
Speak for yourself old timer.

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