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Wednesday, 3 November 2010




"EASY"


She had a nice neat arse,
But like a farce the label
on her blue and straight
legged jeans read “EASY”.
And like the proffer
of some special offer
I knew the label lied.
‘cause when I tried;
She sighed;
And turned me down.

© James Rainsford 2010


Posted to Jingle Poetry on Monday 23rd May 2011 as my Pot Luck contribution.

15 comments:

  1. I absolutely love this! So my sense of humour and very, very funny. The perfect read to get me started for work. Thanks James x

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  2. James this is simply brilliant. Well observed and very funny.

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  3. Too witty for your own good! This was great...still smiling as I write this. Seem to smile much when I'm here. Refreshing, original, awesome oneshot :)

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  4. Ah, nothing good is easy, right? Well, with a few exceptions, perhaps...like your one shot, James. Makes its point easily, and with a smile.

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  5. Simple, brilliant and very funny. Less is more. Love it.

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  6. ha. if it was easy we would all be doing it...and even once you are in those jeans it does not make it any easier...smiles.

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  7. Wonderful wordplay handled with the ease of a pro...

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  8. Excellent wordplay...so false advertising? This was quite clever. Vb

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  9. Witty and fun! Someone in advertising should pick this up, but I guess it's only in poetry and writing like yours can be this truthful!

    By the way, if I haven't said it, I'd like to htank you for that compelling photo used as a prompt on Sunday before last. I so loved it!

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  10. Clever one, James. Thanks for the smile. Have to go now and check the label on my jeans.

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  11. smart one.

    Thanks for sharing...

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  12. Brilliantly witty take on the deceptive nature of appearances. :)

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  13. Fantastic :) But I do feel sorry for you that she turned you down. Better luck next time!

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