A Poem by Stargazer


Author: Stargazer
Created: March 23, 2005 at 08:53 am
Upload Type: Poem, G (All)  
Category: Humor | General/Other | General/Other
Upload Stats: 344 views

Auntie Climax


My "maiden Aunt" is 57
She insists it's "all pure heaven"
With her old silver trailer
and tons of stuff
she says she'll "never have enough"

"Frilly froos" adorn her flamingo lamp
A picture of Old Terrence Stamp
Cat's curled up on her Zapata rug
she greets coloured glass
like a morning hug

She says she's allowing her heart to fly
any where it wants
she will gladly pull up worn out stakes
for new familiar haunts

Late at night she starts to dance
Around a little fire
She's "just getting started" she says
and "much too young to retire"

C August 28 2003 Stargazer
C March 23 2005 Revisions Made


© Stargazer - all rights reserved


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