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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Halloween Erotica, the Original

Dear Sillies,

I hope you're embarking on a safe, uplifting Fall season. May those of you in or near the South Eastern US be readjusting after Matthew's scare. You are, yes? I saw several Facebook posts from friends who indicated they're safe - what a relief.

Otherwise, years ago, I began to write a playful Halloween poem. But my warped brain and lustful sweet tooth penetrated inappropriate terrain. So began my poetic erotica series. Accidentally. Don't blame me. Blame the dark and milky ones that I can't get enough of. Wink.

Enjoy.

49 comments:

  1. Candy never sounded sweeter than this. I love to lick lollipops

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    1. Oh Grace. Robyn's response to you isn't going to be sweet. And is no more than your deserve.

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    2. I never knew it went on until dawn, Robyn! You'd have to have a very full bag to make it last that long!

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    3. OH NOES UR GOOGLE HAS A VIRUS IN ITS INTERNET

      THIS SOUNDS LIKE A JOB FOR HACKERMAN.

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    4. Haha, I so love you, my peeps! You're right, EC, it's not going to be sweet but it will be deserved with an extra helping or two!

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    5. Dearest Greasy Baklava,
      How'd you know I've experience long, long wait times and excessive sluggish performance issues due to lack of experienced hard drives infecting frustrated software flaccidity? You've been reading my blog all along, haven't you, sweet Greasy Baklava? I see. Well, you've clearly earned my visit time and time again. I assume you'll enjoy my books and will make sure to send and resend links to you so you can purchase my precious private works. Wink. PS Don't take this personally, but I don't even like baklava. Have a wonderful day.

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  3. My candy corn starts screaming, I'll be very worried...
    Hilarious, Robyn.
    Now, go after that spammer!

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  4. There must be something "extra" in that candy to make it last that long.

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  5. I'll bet your words alone have been known to cause erections. Maybe some day you can do a survey. Oy vey!

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    1. The trick would be in finding enough subjects to rise to the occasion, Jono. I'd be shouting "Mazel Tov!" a lot, in that case. Smiles.

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  6. so creamy. Excellent start to a fabulous career in poetry (and more!) Happy Monday

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  7. Your blog is the fun side of the blogging world :)

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    1. That's what we like to hear around here. Thank you, Martha.

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  8. You mind works in wicked and interesting ways, Robyn. Very clever. I'll never look at candy corn and Whoppers in the same way.

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    1. And what about those Tootsie Rolls? Oh that's another Halloween erotica poem, Cheryl. Never mind.

      Thank you!

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  9. I can always count on a laugh here. Thanks for the smiles, Robyn!

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  10. Candy is dandy, but liquor's quicker. I'll stick to chocolate anyway. Excellent Halloweenie poem.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Who needs liquor when there's chocolate?

      Love,
      Robyn

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    2. I heard it as, "Candy is dandy, but sex won't rot your teeth."

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    3. That's a good one. It's really about what's most accessible, though, or both at the same time. Um, a friend told me that. Smiles.

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  11. I'm still waiting for a friend in Myrtle Beach to check in. :( Love the poem!!!!

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    1. I'm sending positive vibes, JoJo.
      Stay safe.

      Thank you.

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  12. Robyn, thank you for this brightness --from one who's been working on a '71 VW Bus all day and has busted knuckles. Now it runs and I'M a wreck.

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    1. I hope you recuperate enough to enjoy a drive in your 71 VW Bus, Geo. I'm always honored to bring brightness to your world.

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  13. Awesome poem. And chocolate!

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  14. LOL! I love it. Makes me want to go trick or treating. THAT kind anyway.

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    1. Got you started on the cravings, huh, Diane? Smiles.

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  15. This is awesome!! Of course , Halloween is my most favorite holiday. Who else celebrates it as Holliween?!
    Fantastic poem CHica. xoxo

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  16. Milky ones?
    That sounds dirty.
    Of course, that could be me.
    Yeah, it's probably me.

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  17. Milky ones?
    That sounds dirty.
    Of course, that could be me.
    Yeah, it's probably me.

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  18. Great. Now I want candy corn for breakfast. Thanks, Robyn. :) Who loves ya, babe? This chick!

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    1. Mmm candy corn! Great now I want some after breakfast. Thanks hon. I love ya too babe.

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  19. You are a naughty girl. Who evidently has some slow load times. I'm thinking that could be the cocktails, not the spam.

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    1. Why thank you, Elizabeth.

      I think it's due to a strange combination of cocktail and baklava.

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  20. You can lick as long as you like but that candy is never gone. But give it a good ol shot though ;)

    xx

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    1. That's true. I was thinking down those same lines yesterday, regarding my wording. Naughty minds think alike, Anthony. I thought maybe to change it to "sweetness," but "candy" sounds better. And we'll call it a metaphor. Smiles.

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  21. Happy halloween and thanks for the smiles

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  22. The poem that started it all? I imagine you could make a fortune with these. :)

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    1. Or a buck, fifty, Rosey. That is approximately what I've made with these. They are all in my book, Celibacy and Suburbia. Well, not all of my Halloween ones - but there's one for each month of the year.

      Thank you for your cheer and optimism. I appreciate you.

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