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  A Frenzied Frisky
by Sara Coslett
Friday, November 14, 2003
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This was inspired by a poem by Oirdheirc Mor. I don't know if there is a description for this style, other I hope he too will forgive me.



I cannot think of anything better,
As my hands run across my cashmire sweater.
Wondering if it will peak your excitement;
Arousing thoughts of a sweet sticky enticement.

This is no braggart’s game
Of two distant objects set aflame;
Of screams in the night of day.
With words, just words, with words to play.

So take a sip of your favorite whiskey.
Let it ignite you into a frenzied frisky.
Come, I’ll wrap you in my ingénue;
Thinking deeply -- breathlessly ... of you.


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Reviewed by Dark Knight 8/19/2012
whoa-this poem is hot-I liked it
Reviewed by Gary Gebert 11/15/2003
It doesn't matter what you wear, I'll be there. Love it!

Reviewed by Ian Thorpe 11/15/2003
I've never found anything sexy about woollens, (except Cashmere maybe)but if you want to slip into something by La Perla or Agent Provocateur I'm sure we will find plenty to entertain us.
Reviewed by Dale Clark 11/15/2003
Whoa this is very good!
Reviewed by Oirdheirc Mor (Reader) 11/14/2003
Hi Sara,
Well be I a gentleman who takes his time, I have just finished the whisky, so its bottoms up ladies.

I think we can dispense with that Argyle sweater; it may come in handy later.
I think a good coating of baby oil would be more appropriate,
And as Robert would say if he was watching that will make the lady respire.
But I think Sara has it right those French ladies sure know a thing or two when they uncover the ingénue,
Oh and the panting and the innocents squeals of delight as something, hits the spot just right. (sorry about that just had to get that in)
Where the hell is that Argyle sweater gone?

Oirdheirc Mor
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 11/14/2003
well done. very well done
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 11/14/2003
"...I'll wrap you in my ingenue..." <--- ooooo Sara.. we poets always hope to take our love of words to a new level, something not done before.. this line blew me away! You may have "borrowed" for this piece.. but I'd say it's all your own, a truly cool write! katy xox.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 11/14/2003
There's no need for the whiskey to get frisky with this piece. Well done.
Reviewed by R. Steven Reynolds 11/14/2003
Whew, whiskey was not what I thinking of tasting as i read this
very nice

Reviewed by Sara Coslett 11/14/2003
Ed, you are absolutely correct and I have made the change. It is now argyle sweater and not cashmere.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 11/14/2003
Beautifully written, Sara, and definitely 'frenzied.' But might I suggest an argyle sweater instead of cashmere?
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 11/14/2003
I love this, the rhyme and flow and the thought of a "Frenzied Frisky" is deliciously humorous and armorous.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 11/14/2003
Whoopie! And that ain't Goldberg. Hot damn! Mercy, mercy! Let me at 'em! Don't know about anyone else but my temperature shot right on up there with the reading of THIS grabber,
Reviewed by William Bonilla 11/14/2003
an excellent piece

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 11/14/2003
Only You can answer back like this Sara!!

Lol!! You go girl!!

I feel frisssssssssky!!!!!

Love Tinka
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