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Sunday, April 5, 2015

Spring Flings & Unholy Erotica

The organizers of the A-Z Challenge have granted us Sundays off for "good behavior". Surely, I haven't earned it, not with all the raucous Stewy's been creating - that *bleep*! I'll give you a break from her, though. Have a wonderful Easter, (continued) Passover, Spring Sunday...Enjoy.

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  1. You couldn't have written this poem, Robyn. I refuse to believe your basket's vast and empty! Maybe you wrote it for someone else. ;)

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    1. Maybe it's because I'm Jewish that my basket's vast and empty, GB. It can float a baby on the Nile.

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  2. I hope I'm not going to hell for enjoying that...

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    1. As long as I don't go to hell for writing it, Alex. Smiles. Thank you.

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  3. I'm not celebrating Easter today (our Easter is next weekend), so I'm free of sin for chuckling through this :) I think...

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    1. All sins are forgiven, Martha.
      I hope you get chocolate eggs both weekends.

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  4. Smiling! No matzoh balls at my in law's Easter dinner, but I am putting out kosher cheese, kosher for Passover potato chips, and, of course, matzoh! Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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    1. Good for you, Alana. I don't know if I've had kosher cheese. I imagine it tastes just as good as non-kosher cheese. Potato chips are always good. Have a yummy Easter.

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  5. Thanks for the "Unholy Erotica," and I hope you have a joyous holiday in whatever way you celebrate. Take care.

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    1. Thanks, Stephen. I'm enjoying sitting on my couch, comforter wrapped around me, listening to the rain. Or is it wind? Rain, rain, come and stay! (Went to seders the past two nights.)

      Enjoy.

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  6. This is so deliciously, blasphemously awesome. And I love that it's posted on the Sabbath, at that. A day of rest is best spent in bed, after all...

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    1. Yes, and actually sex is considered a mitzvah (good deed) on the Sabbath. My people don't frown upon (consensual, monogamous) sex. You'd think that fact alone would attract many converts.

      Thanks much for your visit. Enjoy.

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    1. Haha. Thanks, JoJo.
      I'm going to stay inside for a while, lest I get struck for lightening for writing and posting this. I read it at Open Mic too. The room was strangely quiet, but they did applaud fairly loudly when I finished.

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  8. That's another one epic poem that's so sinfully good. :P
    Happy Easter still! :)

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    1. Thank you, Lux. Have a great Easter (if relevant).

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  9. And when they snake offers an apple...?
    Say, "No thanks. I have a Snapple."
    Hey, it's not much, but it's Easter and I still have some chocolate bunnies to behead.

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    1. Yeah, that snake-apple story is rather pornographic, Al. I didn't think about that. Thankfully, my Snapple is kosher.

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  10. *the" not *they.*
    See what I mean?

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  11. amen, sister. All the best as we enter another A to Z week.
    Rest up

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    1. Oy vey, are we at Z yet?
      Thanks, Joanne. Be well.

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  12. This is good, I mean bad, I mean, wow. Without using "bad words" (just irreverant thoughts of two religions) you bring unholy desires to mind

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    1. Appreciation, Sage. A good, I mean bad, and holy (ie unholy) Easter/day/week to you. Smiles.

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  13. Oh the Easter Bunny is blushing and the chocolate is melting..which might go well with what's in the poem:) Well done and funny:)

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    1. Melted chocolate sweetens everything we put in our mouths, Birgit. Wink.
      Thank you!

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  14. Sinfully rich, slowly melting chocolate covers this poem. Or should. Or did.

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    1. See above comment to Birgit, EC.
      A sinfully rich Easter Sunday and week to you.

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  15. With such a spring fling mention things sure umm hop to attention lol

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    1. The bunny's ears are long and proud, huh?
      Smiles.

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  16. And to a sinfully good, chocolate filled Easter to you, Robyn.

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    1. Thanks, Sandra.
      Actually I have yet to delight in a chocolate Easter egg and must change that fact asap.

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  17. I like this poem, much as I like Mevlana's poems addressing the universe as a beloved friend, a lover even. There is a lot to admire in that kind of metaphor. No hell for you, kid --and yes, we got rain down here too!

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    1. That's high praise, Geo. I'm honored, and I'll check out Mevlana.

      Thank goodness for the rain. It's off and on around here, but at least it's on at times.

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    2. PS Mevlana is Rumi? Silly me. I didn't know and am even more complimented. Smiles.

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  18. Well, that's one way to steam up an otherwise uneventful Easter ;)

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    1. Since I don't celebrate Easter, I went big on steam,Theresa. Smiles.

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  19. Holy moly -- if that poem doesn't deserve a chocolate . . . . rabbit . . . . I don't know what does!

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    1. You're right, Deb. Thank you. I'm due for a chocolate rabbit.

      Cheers.

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  20. Who would put carrot sticks in an Easter basket? ;)

    I hope you had a good day!

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    1. Yeah, carrots make about as much sense in an Easter basket as real eggs. Hope you had a great one, BabySis.

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  21. I read the first four lines and thought "Oh, a nice family-friendly poem from Robyn!" Then after the fifth line I was like "...Never mind."

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    1. Fooled ya yet again, Michael. That'll teach ya to have faith in me.

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  22. This is what happens when you put gefilte fish and chopped liver on the same plate. Never again, Robyn! This was hysterical! I can't believe you wrote this on your day off. You really should've used this for a three-way; E for Erotica, F for Fantasy,, and G for Gut-wrenchingly Graphic!

    Julie

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