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  With A Sigh
by George Carroll
Sunday, July 22, 2012
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Romance in the evening

Well I went to the bar one night

Just to have a beer.

Had to sit at a table to drink

Bar was too crowded to get near.


Right across from me was this lady,

Blond hair and blue eyes.

She was sitting by herself,

No other girls or guys.


She looked my way and winked-

What's a fellow to do?

I raised my glass with a smile,

And she raised hers too.


She came over and sat by me,

As close as close can be.

She whispered in my ear,

And planted a kiss on me.


I felt her tongue on my lips

Searching for  mine to lick.

By now I had a yearning

And it was as hard as a brick.


With the dawn I gave a yawn,

The night went by so quick.

I wondered where the blond had gone,

As I needed another lick.


I found a note upon my desk

A simple word,  goodbye.

Never did know her name,

But I missed her, with a sigh.



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Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 7/23/2012
He/He *George* loved the wit
and humor in your poem!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by RWE SAYS BYE 7/22/2012
A sigh, you say?
my, my, Oy, Weh!
Nothing like a lick and a prayer.
Here, there, and everywhere.|
In comes the night,
Out goes the light!
Flesh against flesh,
and sparks ignite!

Quite the coy boy, Roy!
(And I'm speaking of your narrator, George.)
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/22/2012
Hahahahahahaha ... George, I like this part of your personality. Funny stuff!
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 7/22/2012
My, but you are an attractive guy! Or this is a great form of wishful thinking.

That happened to me once. I was in my mid-twenties and accompanied my elderly cousin to a local hangout. A beautiful 60-ish lady in a gold lamee suit snuggled up to me at the bar and asked me for a light. My jaded starlet wannabe cousin got jealous and nixed the idea. I often wonder what my morning would have been like.
Reviewed by Richard King 7/22/2012
There's a difference between making love and having sex, but sometimes we just have to make do. Right? "Any port in a storm?" Sighhhh. Dick
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 7/22/2012
Hah! Yeah, been there. Done that, George. Those flights of nighttime fancy's are ultra nice to recall, that is a natural fact.
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