The Fifty Cent Tour

Thursday, December 9, 2010

flexible flyers

Magpie 44

broad shoulders
set  

leaning up against
the barn, come hither
i heard you cry
save me, baby
frozen in motion

honey colored
rugged
thrill ride
screaming eagle inked
i know we'd fit
ride me, baby
i saw us fly

emancipated
we hit the sky
thrusting wings forward
no speed limit
take me, baby
let freedom glide

Rene ~ 2010


26 comments:

  1. Ha! Love those hills and valleys.

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  2. sometimes, you have to close your eyes and let the force take you down the hill.

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  3. well...i guess its all in how you read this..ahem...smiles.

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  4. Very cleverly written... a special moment.

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  5. Flexible is a good thing! This is a delicious poem...

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  6. *whispering 'cause I don't want to break the spell...* I like what Vodka Mom said about this....

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  7. thanks, Vodka Mom, that was just the tweak I needed :)

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  8. I have this identical sled propped up in my garage. I cannot part with it even though my kids would never consider using that old thing. Thanks for the memory jolt.

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  9. I love this Rene! got me all hot in the snow...:)

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  10. Whee and whee and even more whee !!

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  11. Sensual sledding.

    :-) We're getting a foot of snow tonight...

    Pearl

    p.s. Thanks for the blogroll mention! :-)

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  12. I just moved you way up the list in my Google Reader. Can't believe I missed three of your posts. I just wasn't scrolling down far enough. Won't happen again.

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  13. I now have a totally new perspective on sledding. Another winner, and one of my very favorite magpies.

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  14. Mmmm. Hold on while I throw some ice down my er shirt!

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  15. This is a great downhill rush of a poem. Fine stuff.

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  16. What terrific synergy of energy. Hot & sexy for a cool ride!

    Nice surprise!

    (Glad you found the Tent.)

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  17. I am rather thinking all the snow melted there, dear Rene! :) Love the flight and the afterglow too of the soft snow.

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  18. Love the double entendre... what a ride!

    Nice blog... I look forward to visiting you again.

    ~Laurie

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  19. i love how this can have a G or an X rating.

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  20. Oh, I'm sure i left a comment here before. Maybe it was too racy itself? Can;t recall. Anyway, another fine poem from your, Rene. you are so creative with words.

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