Stereotypes

Stereotypes

A Poem by Lyrik
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A poem about stereotypes of men and women and relationships.

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As a child I saw and old hound sniff a b*****s heat,
Then mount with bent haunches.
As he turned to watch the passing cars,
She dreamed of juicy bones and whimpering puppies.
I just kept playing in the autumn leaves.

© 2010 Lyrik



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Lyrik
Short and unprincipled

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I like it-short and to the point, yet leaving the reader wondering. Nice work!

Posted 7 Years Ago


A decent job i would say. It gives a short yet summarized view of how Humans are now.

Posted 7 Years Ago


Short and unprincipled is sometimes the way to go. You say so much in just five lines. I don't know if I would have picked this for a title, but that's just my opinion. I really like your last line. Thanks for sharing.

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Lyrik
Lyrik

Louisville, KY



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