What Turns The Lady On

What Turns The Lady On

A Poem by Earl Schumacker

There is no key to love. Their is a combination.


What Turns The Lady On

Lady Fingers is from the House of Kent

The House of Lords would not accept her

Royal lineage apparently must be respected

Her family coat of arms hangs on the wall

The shield has nicks and dents from wars

History suggests she was not in attendance

Though her face and age show otherwise

Battle scars should not be ignored

Lady Fingers is delicate and demur

Her petticoat drags along the marble floor

She keeps her figure by eating only figs

An index finger and a thumb hold tea

The key to the chastity belt is long gone

Not to worry

The combination to the madame's heart is easy

One turn to the right to 9, twice to the left to 7

Another rotation clockwise till you reach 2

The Lady's safe is safe from all intruders

Including you you silly goose

© 2019 Earl Schumacker

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Added on July 5, 2019
Last Updated on July 5, 2019
Tags: History, royalty, wealth, love, silly


Earl Schumacker
Earl Schumacker

Atlantic City, NJ

B.A. Degree in Literature and Language. I enjoy writing short stories, poetry, novels and keeping up with new scientific discoveries. I enjoy philosophy and Art appreciation. more..