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Array ( [sid] => 72554 [catid] => 1 [aid] => mick [title] => Who is he? [time] => 2004-11-21 15:09:57 [hometext] => just a very descriptive poem... Hope you enjoy !! [bodytext] => He was of regular height
With a spattering of sandy blonde hair
That twisted into curls as it feel around his shoulders

A rare tanned red face worn with years of wrinkles
Spider webbed and deeply grooved
As he squinted in the eveningís light

Striking milky white crowns adorned his mouth
Wind-worn lips whetted themselves
In the salty breeze

A faded, dampened shirt clung snugly
to his striated body
Speaking volumes to the chiseling of younger years

As he moved sand flecked from his stringy calves
Tugged at his ankles and bounded from
His dirty feet during their tumultuous return to the earth

An orange streaked board reverberated against
His vein-tunneled arm as the sun
Struck reminiscent chords over his body
[comments] => 2 [counter] => 151 [topic] => 43 [informant] => neglected1 [notes] => [ihome] => 0 [alanguage] => english [acomm] => 0 [haspoll] => 0 [pollID] => 0 [score] => 5 [ratings] => 1 [editpoem] => 1 [associated] => [topicname] => oops )
Who is he?

Contributed by neglected1 on Sunday, 21st November 2004 @ 03:09:57 PM in AEST
Topic: oops



He was of regular height
With a spattering of sandy blonde hair
That twisted into curls as it feel around his shoulders

A rare tanned red face worn with years of wrinkles
Spider webbed and deeply grooved
As he squinted in the eveningís light

Striking milky white crowns adorned his mouth
Wind-worn lips whetted themselves
In the salty breeze

A faded, dampened shirt clung snugly
to his striated body
Speaking volumes to the chiseling of younger years

As he moved sand flecked from his stringy calves
Tugged at his ankles and bounded from
His dirty feet during their tumultuous return to the earth

An orange streaked board reverberated against
His vein-tunneled arm as the sun
Struck reminiscent chords over his body




Copyright © neglected1 ... [ 2004-11-21 15:09:57]
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Re: Who is he? (User Rating: 1 )
by emystar on Sunday, 21st November 2004 @ 03:15:14 PM AEST
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Very good writing.
luv, huggs, smiles,
emy


Re: Who is he? (User Rating: 1 )
by Dusty on Sunday, 21st November 2004 @ 03:22:13 PM AEST
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He sure sounds like something! Great write!
~Dusty~




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