Love Her Madly

Love Her Madly

A Poem by Fat

A page from "The Cartoonist" by Richard Beard


Draw an hourglass, flat at top and bottom.
Insert V neckline and slope the shoulders.
Indicate the collar-bone, and shape the breasts, to taste.

Elbows level with the indent of the waist.
The heavier the body, the wider the legs.
Arch the feet and tip the toes. Experiment.
As one shoulder dips, the hip on the same side rises.

Move her about. Walk her, run her, jumper her ruon
  the frame-sheet.
You can't hurt her. She's all surface.

The face is an oval, divided by fractions, eyes, nose,
The neck is a cylinder in a measurable proportion.
She can't hurt you back, either.


© 2009 Fat

Author's Note

I love this book.

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I think that we have to delve deeper than just nice with all do respect. I like your surrealistic freeze frame style in this piece. You literally draw a picture in the mind. This is a beautifully dark-a moment locked in lust with time.

Posted 12 Years Ago

nice write.......I enjoyed reading this. :0)

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