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‘Aurevoir to Carl & Trish’ an unpublished poem by John Forbes

Posted by Rochford Street Review on January 27, 2015 at 18:53 0 Comments

John Forbes wrote this poem in the early 1980's and gave it to Carl Harrison-Ford. Carl decided it was time the poem saw the light of day...so here it is:

http://rochfordstreetreview.com/2015/01/27/aurevoir-to-carl-trish-an-unpublished-poem-by-john-forbes/

For the Goddess of Love

Posted by Country Boy on January 25, 2015 at 9:03 0 Comments

Her charms were champagne to my lips,

The taste was a delight.

My hands were anchored on her hips,

I gave her breasts a bite.



My breath was hot and burned her hair,

We kissed like lovers may.

Her panties didn't have a prayer,

The sin was where we lay.



Our legs were wild and strong as rope,

As we climbed to the top.

We slipped into the bath like soap,

Yet passion did not stop.



The water tickled down our skin,

As we smiled and…

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Fashion model.

Started by Country Boy in Discussions Jan 19. 0 Replies

She won't wear vintage hand-me-downs, Unless they are Victorian. She covets Anastasia's gowns And drives a cute DeLorean.Her friends are from thespian camp, To protect the country's grammar. The lovely viscountess of vamp Instructs language with…Continue

Into Existence (a.k.a. Promises)

Started by Kerryn Lee Bon. in Member Poetry Jan 18. 0 Replies

De-rail not, the sacred is the mysterious(Though, some will not call you there)Let shadows fall . . . Believe in the waterfall,with faith unconquerablefor if your eyelids should drop - even for a moment,this waterfall in our hearts - can never be…Continue

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Started by Thomas Kotsonis in Member Poetry Dec 6, 2014. 0 Replies

They laugh at me because I do not bathe,cackling at my tattered robeThe Athenians are quick to judgeand smother themselves in gossip They cannot stand my repulsive breathYes! I love to munch on raw onions,but when you dwell deep enough,my words are…Continue

The Last Goodbye - an extract from the Liar's Moon prose-poetry project

Started by Lee Wilde in Member Poetry Dec 3, 2014. 0 Replies

Are you staying?” I already knew the answer, the small, chilled word in my chest.“No. I can’t.”“You mean you won’t.”A silent moment there, neither daring to touch the jagged edge.He stared down at…Continue

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