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("- Why aren't we married?")

Tingle, tulips and SALT's
lewd cowgirl squirm in spring breeze -
She is unfaithful.

Good things wait for those who know what they are doing

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The following comments are for "Flonigus Redux"
by VickieSALT

Worlds Away
Here I am, trying to get up the gumption to complete my income tax returns, state and federal, which are nearly due for filing, (usually I would have had them submitted a month or more ago), and you have me off in another world.

You are bewitching.

Thank you for the thoughts, words, and worlds of tantalization.

~ John

( Posted by: Flonigus [Member] On: April 14, 2011 )

I am learning from your style. What a great teacher to bewitch!

( Posted by: VickieSALT [Member] On: April 14, 2011 )

I sleep well
knowing that you are in these good hands on this site. If you can sign on again, that is.

( Posted by: Teflon [Member] On: April 21, 2011 )

Your syllables in line one are still off, m'dear. Shame it wasn't something lacier that was off...

( Posted by: toscano [Member] On: May 3, 2011 )

Feelings. Lines. Silk.
is *tingle* - two syllables? it looks (and feels) soo at home there!

BTW - Regarding lacier things - I have given them away through a scavenger hunt on the blog. Patterned nylons OK? I have thought about the annoying bulkiness of *line up the stocking* or *seam stocking* for haiku.

In French I could say it in so many convenient and classy ways - lignette, couture, soyette, etc.
Thoughts, mmm?

- remerciement !

( Posted by: VickieSALT [Member] On: May 4, 2011 )

syllable suave
no comment, baby. On the other hand, I forgot the syllable thing. Maybe i told you to use whatever sounds good and in your case, yummy. What matters is that Toscano here is a real man who counts syllables and knows how to talk to a woman. Just watching, my SALT. Rico. Suave. Tosco Suave!
Enjoy your new life, Tori Baby.

( Posted by: Teflon [Member] On: May 21, 2011 )

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