Sunday, April 2, 2017

Springtime Erotica!

Dear Sillies,
I'm resurrecting this baby in honor of Springtime.
Here's hoping Spring brings brighter, more glorious days for you and the earth.
Take good care, friends.

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  1. Thanks for getting spring off to an arousing start.

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    1. I hope Mrs. C. benefited. Smiles.
      You're welcome and thank you, Stephen.

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  2. I'd love tht type of spring in my step but for the past week, my body has been taken a beating and not in the nice way. Got to love this poem and it give me ideas for the future:)

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  3. Hooray for Spring. And definitely hooray for brighter, nicer, kinder days for the world.

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  4. It has passion and compassion. Definitely a stirring poem to spring, and I love the collage around the border.

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    1. Thank you, Geo. I'm glad you like it.
      Bernie is the face of compassion. Have I mentioned that I love him?
      I'm quite fond of you too.

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  5. I believed every word until the line 'I hate to ask for more'. Come on, Robyn, you can't sleep on a half-empty tummy!

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    1. Haha. You have a creative way with words, GB. I'm craving some original sin. You're right. I'm a liar, GB. I don't hate asking.

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  6. Now that's a spring fling.
    Original sin though? Heard it! Now, drink three Bloody Marys and go to bed.

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    1. I love it, Alex. And so I shall drink three Bloody Marys and go to bed (as soon as I find someone worthy and capable of original sinning).

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  7. The urges of spring are strong. Now to find a willing partner to perform the rites.

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    1. There's always a catch, darnit. Let the hunting begin and/or continue.
      Keep a smile and a fantasy, Jono. That's what I'm doing. ;)

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  8. Now that's the way to cheer me up--not that I've ever had an unhappy moment.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. No, but I'm so glad to add some cheer to your already cheerful existence.
      Love you, girlfriend.

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  9. Well then, I guess spring has officially *sproyoyoyoing*.

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    1. And that verb ("sproyoyoyoing") looks very different when done by a male versus a female. It also takes more room when done by a male. Well, then again, some males don't sproyoyoyoing for more than two inches. Never mind.

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  10. Spring sounds like it sprung on up. Sure more specific that the cat's experience spring have a fling lol

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    1. The cat has the right idea for spring
      It's about feeding your cravings, and that sort of thing.

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  11. My basket is definitely clean and egg free! LOL

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    1. Yep, mine for a few years now. It's nice, huh, Diane?

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  12. You really know how to put some zing into Spring! Hope everything is coming up roses with you.

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    1. Thanks, Cheryl. I hope you're enjoying the spring too.

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  13. Wow, lots of suggestions here!

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  14. Ooh. I am lost for words. :D
    Matt Damon though.

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    1. He does stir those springy urges, right, Lux?

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  15. Well we're still waiting for spring to start here!

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    1. It's moving slowly there, huh? Well, hopefully it'll make up for the delay when it arrives.

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  16. Spring has sprung
    figure out who's hung
    oh the birds and bees get randy
    I hope you get lots of Easter chocolate candy

    love your poetry, as always. Happy Spring to you, my friend!!!

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  17. I'm so excited spring has finally arrived. It's about freakin' time! Love you, my friend.

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  18. 'Basket's egg free' ahahha Classic.
    More humour in the world is required.. especially Robyn's erotic style! Forget Gangham style! More please!!
    xo

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    1. Haha. Thank you, my friend. I can't help but notice that many are drawn to dirty, eggy baskets. It's a bit odd to me. Better to have a clean, empty one, I think. xx

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  19. You naughty girl...I count on you for a laugh.

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    1. I'm honored. I'm always willing to put out. Wink.

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