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Postby Bart » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 12:45 am

Then all is fair comment. Take it on the chin mam. You are on a reality forum :!:

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Postby seraphim » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 12:46 am

Chin duly chuffed. :wink: Cheers!

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Postby Bart » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 12:48 am

seraphim wrote:Chin duly chuffed. :wink: Cheers!


That's the gal :lol:

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Postby Dead Poet » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 4:13 am

Here I stand, "love" in hand,
Writing on the wall.
Pound my pud, it's a dud,
Standing in this stall.

Hey, I've got to hide my love away.
You've got the bun where this hot dog's got to stay.

(with apologies to the Beatles)

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Re: SERAPHIM, my gorgeous hothead, come read this!

Postby Guest » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 5:08 am

seraphim wrote:Your approach is unorthodox at best (i move with high speed when i rise)
but you seem a cut above the rest (how did u know i was circumsised)
To be such a poet (your vision inspires me no end)
and be willing to show it (why should i run and pretend)
It looks like you have passed the first test. (its only a "C", i need not tell lies)

In regards to your poem on cuddling (i havent yet touch on kissing)
I admit it is to me, quite befuddling (im told that takes a lot of practising)
The last that we spoke (u told me where to get poke)
you thought me a joke, (it wasnt a nice place to look)
How on earth did it come to this muddling? (thats why we are huffing and puffing)

In truth, you know you intrigue me (oh yes, and u do me too)
And in cuddling right now, I am needy (come then, let me hold u)
But we haven't yet met (oops that does seem a problem)
My last dollar I'd bet (to pay you in person)
That the outcome could get quite seedy. (this thrilling thought will happen on cue)

What do you propose, fair sir? (i need to sort out my plans first)
Now that I have undubbed you a cur? (to quench your incredible thirst)
To interact a little more (ahh, the thought of interaction..)
On not so distant shores? (on sandy beaches, in motion..)
Or leave it to fantasy, as it were? (excuse me, i need to go burst!)

devilish alan

Postby devilish alan » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 5:13 am

that was me above, in all the excitement at that final burst, i forgot to leave my name. hell, i wont be accused of being a hit and run driver! ive got responsibilities :)

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Postby moloch71 » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 6:03 am

Ahhh Seraphim, stirring up the savage beasts it seems.......

I wont try my hand at grotty poetry; I left those fantasy idealistic out-of-touch-with-reality notions long before I lost my innocence. :p

Nonethless, it is cute what some people will do for attention, and well done for a clever and witty response :)
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Postby seraphim » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 8:20 am

Oi Moloch! :D How goes things back home? Hope all is well.

Devilish Alan: You seem to have lost some of your poetic abilities with that last post. Not to mention grammar. Should I attribute that to your excitement as well? :wink:

Mmm....curiouser and curiouser. Fading fast.....

devilish alan

Postby devilish alan » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 11:02 am

poetry in motion does have a way of making one rather dizzy and cause one to spout gibberish.....its a bloody job trying to make these things rhyme and yet maintain the aura of insanity!

and as for curiosity, it killed the pussycat, remember? but at least she died with a smile! and if i have caused but only one smile to form on the little pussycat, then ive done a good job!

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Postby Guest » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 2:33 pm

devilish alan wrote:poetry in motion does have a way of making one rather dizzy and cause one to spout gibberish.....its a bloody job trying to make these things rhyme and yet maintain the aura of insanity!

and as for curiosity, it killed the pussycat, remember? but at least she died with a smile! and if i have caused but only one smile to form on the little pussycat, then ive done a good job!


And to think that you are one who got her back on the ground! :!:

succo

Postby succo » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 9:14 pm

I hope I don't sound strange
When I say you both sound deranged
Come on you two, leave what's private as private
Reading messages on this forum is hard enough............so, forget about this juvenile seranade :D

dennar succo :lol:

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Postby seraphim » Tue, 26 Apr 2005 11:20 pm

devilish alan wrote:poetry in motion does have a way of making one rather dizzy and cause one to spout gibberish.....its a bloody job trying to make these things rhyme and yet maintain the aura of insanity!

and as for curiosity, it killed the pussycat, remember? but at least she died with a smile! and if i have caused but only one smile to form on the little pussycat, then ive done a good job!


Smile formed......eyebrow raised.

Is that all? Pity.....

Moglie di Br__i

Postby Moglie di Br__i » Wed, 27 Apr 2005 3:06 am

succo wrote:I hope I don't sound strange
When I say you both sound deranged
Come on you two, leave what's private as private
Reading messages on this forum is hard enough............so, forget about this juvenile seranade :D

dennar succo :lol:



Che cosa il succo? Il tuo succo? Tu sei sconosciuto.

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Re: SERAPHIM, my gorgeous hothead, come read this!

Postby Guest » Fri, 29 Apr 2005 6:06 pm

Anonymous wrote:
seraphim wrote:Your approach is unorthodox at best (i move with high speed when i rise)
but you seem a cut above the rest (how did u know i was circumsised)
To be such a poet (your vision inspires me no end)
and be willing to show it (why should i run and pretend)
It looks like you have passed the first test. (its only a "C", i need not tell lies)

In regards to your poem on cuddling (i havent yet touch on kissing)
I admit it is to me, quite befuddling (im told that takes a lot of practising)
The last that we spoke (u told me where to get poke)
you thought me a joke, (it wasnt a nice place to look)
How on earth did it come to this muddling? (thats why we are huffing and puffing)

In truth, you know you intrigue me (oh yes, and u do me too)
And in cuddling right now, I am needy (come then, let me hold u)
But we haven't yet met (oops that does seem a problem)
My last dollar I'd bet (to pay you in person)
That the outcome could get quite seedy. (this thrilling thought will happen on cue)

What do you propose, fair sir? (i need to sort out my plans first)
Now that I have undubbed you a cur? (to quench your incredible thirst)
To interact a little more (ahh, the thought of interaction..)
On not so distant shores? (on sandy beaches, in motion..)
Or leave it to fantasy, as it were? (excuse me, i need to go burst!)



WHATS HAPPENED TO THE 2 LOVERS? HAVE THEY GONE UNDERCOVER :) SERAPHIM, I HOPE HES SATISFYING...YOU SOLD YOUR SOUL TO THIS CHARLATAN. AT THE VERY LEAST, I HOPE YOU TOOK PRECAUTIONS. YOU DONT WANT TO CARRY A BURDEN FOR 9 MONTHS OR WORSE, YOU DONT WANT TO CONTRACT SOME VIRAL INFECTION!!!

Alan another Poet

Postby Alan another Poet » Fri, 29 Apr 2005 6:14 pm

Roses are blue
Violets are yellow
Take me tonight
After we say hello

Daisies are green
Orchids are brown
Open your legs and
We will do it downtown

Hyacinths are purple
Sunflowers are white
If we do it often
You wont be so tight

Hibiscus are orange
Tulips are blue
I cant see too well
Thats why I love you


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