Picasso's Fashion

Picasso's Fashion

A Poem by Deidre A. H.
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Love in the manner of Picasso.

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You can't see what I see, so here's my left eyeball in a jar.

You'll never hear the voices I do, so I gift you my ear wrapped in velvet.

Our noses bumped each time we kissed, so I sawed it off and placed it beneath your pillow.

You complained of my rough touch, so I strung my thumbs on your necklace.

My tongue slithered too far down your throat, so I garnished it with basil for your romantic dinner.

But I couldn't give you my heart, so I went and tore one out for you.

Oh darling, can't you see? The atrocities I'd commit for you.

I love you.

© 2010 Deidre A. H.


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I love this parody on a love poem, really well done and slightly abstract. The brutality of this poem and how it is addressed so casually is hilarious. The flow and rhythm aren't bad, for the most part are good, but in line three, it didn't flow well at the end. The atrocities line was great. An interesting poem indeed.

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I love this parody on a love poem, really well done and slightly abstract. The brutality of this poem and how it is addressed so casually is hilarious. The flow and rhythm aren't bad, for the most part are good, but in line three, it didn't flow well at the end. The atrocities line was great. An interesting poem indeed.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Deidre A. H.
Deidre A. H.

A Secret, WA



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I've known I wanted to write since I was 8, and have been seriously writing since I was 11 years old. Still polishing my work before I attempt publishing. I write a variety of things ranging from li.. more..

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