Confessions of a Chubby Chaser

Confessions of a Chubby Chaser

A Poem by Alessander
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Something fun and light (excuse the pun).

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We chubby chasers have no choice
We like 'em plump and curvy
They're not for marriage but for sex
Although it's they we marry

In the end - the BIG END
For beneath their heft and romp
Pumps the heart of a saint
Who hungrily humps

Sometimes what stimulates the touch
Does not enthrall the eye
But of what use are photographs
Static, flimsly - dry?

Gorge on helpings of
Warm doughy flesh to soothe
My cement-cracked palms
Hand me full, round and smooth

Give me lumps and give me rolls
Moist cleavage - sweaty thigh
There will be time enough for bones
When I die



© 2018 Alessander



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Love the imagery, love the topic - pretty original. Your beat and rhymes are off, though - to my ear, anyway, and I'm classic poetry trained. Some lines rhyme perfectly (eye - dry) some - several - not at all (curvy - marry). It seems like your 2nd and 4th lines tend to be matched, but not always. I find the rhyme-no rhyme structure confusing. Still - awesome piece!

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Posted 6 Years Ago


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Rubens himself could not have put it better.

Posted 1 Week Ago


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Alessander

1 Week Ago

haha, thanks.
this is so freaking funny it really did make me LOL you might like my poem Fat Girl

Posted 6 Years Ago


LOLled! So good, so very phat:)

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

The title of this poem instantly attracted me as it seemed a little different to most of the things that lye around this site. I wasnt disappointed. A lovely funny piece. It flowed really well and basically I liked it.

Posted 6 Years Ago


well, well.... very appealing and lush poem. almost makes me wish I was a bit more plump!! haha! There definitely is something alluring about female curves- I will give you that.

Posted 6 Years Ago


Haha! This is great! The imagery, the vocab, the feelings...what is not to like or appreciate!

Posted 6 Years Ago


Who wants to BANG BONES, my dear? lol I loved the last line. Although, I don't relate to liking them chubby. I like thin, thin, thin, and only thin. Banging bones isn't comfortable, no ... but it looks better in the MIRROR! LOL

Posted 6 Years Ago


Anything below Adora's review (including hers) pertains to version 1.0. This second version I tried to regulate the meter a little bit more to maybe help out the rhythm, though perhaps I may have sacrificed other intricacies - let me know what you think ;)

Posted 6 Years Ago


You're orignality, my dear, leaves me hungry for more! A brilliantly put together piece! Teach me oh talented one! :]

~Adora

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Posted 6 Years Ago


"Give me lumps and give me rolls
Give me moist cleavage, sweaty thigh
There will be time enough for bones
When I die. "

Very clever sir.

these lines seemed a bit confusing in there syntax:
"They're not for marriage but for sex
Though it is they we marry"
But you know how completely meter ignorant I am. When I turn to bone and dust, me and Kerouac will be sitting in hell scoffing at the metered verse of Milton and singing the praises of Charlie Parker.

Viva la

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Posted 6 Years Ago



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