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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Halloween Erotica, the Original

Halloween started all this poetic erotica madness. I never intended on it, really. I was foggy-eyed* one morning and I set out to write an innocent Halloween poem. As I scrawled notes, though, I realized that my thoughts and words were creating saliva and other sinister sensations. So it began. This one's loosely based on the original original. Enjoy this original one too. Be well. Be safe. Have a sweet week.

*I don't know what this means, but I'm good for loads of unintentional innuendos when foggy-eyed.

54 comments:

  1. Going by your definition, I am ALWAYS foggy eyed.
    Love, as always your salacious way with words.

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  2. Candy Corn screams out my name too. I love and fear it just the same. Ah, now I can put an erotic twist on it. Thank you.

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  3. Are you sure the innuendos were unintentional? :-)

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    1. When I started catching on to them, Vanessa, I went full throttle. Smiles.

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  4. But can you make the Creature from the Black Lagoon or the Chupacabra sexy?

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    1. I tell you, Pickleope, once you go Creature from the Lagoon of Black, well, you know the rest. And Chupacabra can bite me anytime. PS What's the Chupacabra?

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  5. How do you maintain such a fantastic figure and still eat all that Halloween candy? :)

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    1. The formula goes like this: One long weiner, a handful of sweets, then 50 abs, then repeat. It works very well, Elsie, as you can see.

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    2. Hahaha, on the weiner, wiener thing.

      Well done, poem.

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  6. Love it!!!!!! Geez that reminds me: I need to buy candy.

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    1. BOYCOTT HERSHEY's, JoJo. I've gotta do my annual fair trade chocolate/candy post.

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  7. Candy never had it so good. I wouldn't mind that candy fix,.

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  8. I will never think of trick or treat the same way.

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  9. LOL - I love it. Are you reveling in the fact your Almond Joy has nuts?

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    1. Yes, and I need to drip hot fudge onto my Big Hunk, Diane.

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  10. I think you'd be great fun at a halloween party- if you didn't kill me too soon...

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    1. No worries, CW. I'd wait til a full moon. *Insert evil laughter.*

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  11. candy corn screams......love it. You harvested another winning poem

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  12. You had me until candy corn, the most horrifying of foods. It looks like it's going to taste great, but then it's just awful. OooooOOOOooooOOOOooo.

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    1. Well, it is purely overly sweet, BnB. Still, after decades of eating candy corns, I try to detect different flavors in the orange vs yellow vs white. What pisses me off is that I never can. Damn the candy corn!

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  13. Great poem!!! I love Halloween but not a fan of candy corn.

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  14. Candy corn-blecchhh. Love the black dress you are in:) This poem is great but it reminded me of my first year in University when I was dressed as a Witch (you know..normal) and I met up with a guy who was dressed up like death. We hit it off and we chose to meet. Oh boy, I met him...can we say "where's the exit?" He was ...not what i was expecting-sorry but yes he looked like a little elf without the make-up and then he followed me like a little puppy...everywhere. He would meet me outside of my class. I finally had to duck and run for a month before he got the hint...poor little elf

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    1. Some people look better dressed as death. Right? So sorry, girlfriend.

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  15. My favourite shrew! What a wonderful title that would be for another poem, or even a novel. This Halloween, I will lick and chew something in your honour, Robyn. Possibly a marshmallow, possibly something else. ;)

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  16. How sweet! Would you like some candy little girl?

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  17. Oh elusive meaning. I don't know if I prefer the subtlety of "unintentional innuendos" or intentional out-you-windows but always draw the line at pane.

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    1. You're a wise one, Geo. Out-you-windows are risky too, but nobody wants pane.

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  18. What is it with candy corn. I don't really like the stuff but can't stay away from it either.

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    1. They scream out your name. Don't they, Sage? Damn candy corns.

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  19. the original is awesome, but I think you have perfected your craft over the year.

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  20. And who wouldn't want to hook up with a zombie freak? They're so loveable. :) I'm going to have to skip the candy corn, though. It's all yours!

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  21. Nice poem to go with the treats.
    The treats are very interesting specially the Sandwich with that tongue.

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  22. I'm sensing a great amount of hatred for candy corn. It's about time we have a new and different standard Halloween treat - something dark and chewy...Excuse me while I write another erotica poem.

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    1. I have no idea what candy corn tastes like. Enjoyed the poem, though. ;-)

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  23. Giggity!

    Love it.

    Do you know why witches can't get pregnant?
    Their husbands have hollow weenies!

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    1. You made me laugh past the 10 on the laugh-o-meter, Jeff. Thank you.
      PS Good to see you, too.

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  24. Hey Robyn,

    Ah yes, innuendo alert, courtesy of Robyn! Must check out my wee folks because this time of the year they do some serious Goblin....

    Yes, I'm outta' here....

    Gary :)
    x

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  25. You're all buffed out up there girly. And did you really start out to write something innocent (I ask ever so innocently)? :)

    Here to say hello! :)

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    1. Probably not, Rosey. You know me too well.
      Hi backatcha. Stay empowered, my friend. Take care of you.

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  26. I'll stick with licking and chewing tootsie rolls over candy corn ;) Another fun erotica poem, Robyn! Hope you have a delicious Halloween!

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  27. I don't know much about poetry but your sounds pretty awesome...happy halloween et cheers from NYC :)

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  28. Ha! Another erotic winner! Happy Halloween, Robyn! :)

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  30. I love the term foggy-eyed! It's perfect. I love it almost as much as I hate candy corn, which is a lot. :p

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