Limericks Week 07 – #Bikini

Its #bikini week here on my limericks pinterest page.

I post these little gems on my twitter feed… its all pretty simple and it has been helping me get myself in a creative mood in the morning. It beats trolling Facebook news feeds which had been my ‘morning with coffee’ routine. These are the pics for 2/16 through 2/20 (Mon – Fri, the pics for Saturday and Sunday are pinterest only)

You can check out all of the limericks on my pinterest page – http://www.pinterest.com/willalan64/limericks/


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Poem – Amanda Series – 01

The Amanda Series poems are written in iambic tetrameter similar to “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. Each verse (save the last) follows an a-a-b-a rhyming scheme, with the following verse’s a’s rhyming with that verse’s b, which is a chain rhyme. Overall, the rhyme scheme is AABA-BBCB-CCDC-DDDD.


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Smiling and flashing her bright eyes

Over my face a look of surprise

I can help but stare at this beauty

Her name is Amanda I surmise

 

I offer her a glass of brandy

A liquor I find to be handy

We sit and drink each other in

Her blond curls are naturally sandy

 

Fantasies of unspeakable sin

As my eyes work their way down her skin

I’m taken in with her smooth flirting

Like a trap that’s been sprung from within

 

My lips peek her interest by kissing

My hands spark her desire by touching

My cock fuels her passion by throbbing

She’s complicit in this by yielding

Something I find Sexy – Lynda Carter’s Lovely Legs

Lynda Carter 01This is a beautiful picture of songstress, temptress, Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter and her lovely long legs. At five foot nine she is a statuesque beauty. She was the American representative for the Miss World pageant before becoming the iconic image of wonder woman. It seems everyone I know was amazed at her gorgeous breasts hiked up in that bustier, but I was always impressed by her long toned legs. Amazing legs. And those high heeled red boots set her calves off at the sexiest angle.

 

This picture of her lounging in a classic seventies red satin disco dress, s against those blue satin cushions, really nightlights those limbs. I think it’s one of my favorite images. The sultry look in her eyes, the wonderfully rounded breasts with a nice display of cleavage. Her chestnut hair feathered out. Then there’s those ‘oh so lovely ‘ long legs. Look at then there, soft, creamy, endless. Seriously, I could just burry myself there. It isn’t difficult for me at all to imagine her wearing nothing under that dress.

 

Running my firm hands up those legs. Watching her as my action cause a sly smile on her angelic face. I can see her raising an eyebrow as my hands reach the top of those thoughts. As my hands apply a gentle pressure to spread them, it’d more an opening to a negotiation. Will she acquiesce? Her lips my offer a token protest but her eyes are certainly in agreement with my plans.

 

As she decides to yield to my lance, it is the culmination of the journey of a thousand miles. The “journey of a thousand miles”, it is a symbol of a large goal. It’s a goal or a project, that a seems insurmountable at first glance, like landing on the moon. Some see the 1969 launch of Apollo eleven, and Neil Armstrong walking on the moon as one event. It wasn’t. It was the last leg, the last step at the end of a thousand mile journey that started decades earlier. That “one small step… ” may indeed have seemed like a small step but compared to the baby steps of rocketry in the 1930’s, launching an Apollo spacecraft was a great leap forward.

 

That “one small step”, reaching the moon, the last leg of the thousand mile journey is often a much greater stride that the first tentative steps we take initially. The culmination of the journey in 1969 began as baby-steps; a paper written by a high school mathematics teacher in 1903, (Konstantin Tsiolkovsky (1857–1935) published The Exploration of Cosmic Space by Means of Reaction Devices) a lecture on rocket theory and interplanetary travel by a French airplane designer, (Robert Esnault-Pelterie (1881-1957) then the early analysis of solid fuel rockets in 1912 by Robert Goddard. This analysis lead to his experimentation and publication of A Method of Reaching Extreme Altitudes in 1920. What we started with those baby steps, the halting, start-stop-fall, holding on to the familiar, ends with great strides.

 

We are transformed through the journey. The person we are when we set foot on the path is not the same person at the end of those thousand miles. The person we are setting that goal is not the same person completing it. The tools we have at our disposal at the outset are often updated, upgraded, on our journey. Hopefully we gain skill and achieve mastery while on this journey. We build upon our baby steps. We add muscle to those baby legs. We end like wonder woman with long, strong legs capable of great strides forward.

 

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Monday Status Update – Week 9

will_alan_site_10The limerick project is continuing with #bikini week. This week will focus on the wondrous sights of young ladies in bikinis because its so freaking cold outside. I’ll recap the Monday through Friday releases on this site weekly. As always you can keep up with the daily releases on my twitter feed: https://twitter.com/wastor64.

Last week saw one new Julia Series poems, one essay, and one #toplessTuesday tanka graphic poem, a Friday limerick recap, and of course the Monday status update. This is the current content pattern; Monday Status Update, Topless Tuesday Tanka, Wednesday “Something I Find Sexy” essay, and at least one poem on Thursday.

As always, chime in with your comments and thank you for following along!

Limericks Week 06 – #Angel

Its #angel week here on my limericks pinterest page. A look at Victoria’s Secret angels.

I post these little gems on my twitter feed… its all pretty simple and it has been helping me get myself in a creative mood in the morning. It beats trolling Facebook news feeds which had been my ‘morning with coffee’ routine. These are the pics for 2/16 through 2/20 (Mon – Fri, the pics for Saturday and Sunday are pinterest only)

You can check out all of the limericks on my pinterest page – http://www.pinterest.com/willalan64/limericks/

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Poem Alert – Julia Series 10

The Julia series is in the Elizabethan sonnet format. The form consists of fourteen lines structured as three quatrains and a couplet. The usual rhyme scheme is end-rhymed a-b-a-b, c-d-c-d, e-f-e-f, g-g.
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Lounging naked in bed on a Sunday morn

Her smooth, silky limbs wrapping around me

Her nimble fingers coax an oak from my acorn

Mounting her she smiles as I fill her with my tree

 

 

Her young pussy is wet and welcoming

And she moans freely as I pleasure her

Delighting in my tree’s firm, steady thrusting

She makes quite the willing gardener

 

 

After her climax fills her with passion’s bliss

She is eager to be tending the well-worn tree

With her sweet young lips she revives it with a kiss

With her lips and her tongue she satisfies me

 

 

Through those soft lips she emits a purr

In my arms rests this eager young gardener

Something I find Sexy – Sofia Vergara Golden Globes

golden-globes-2012-sofia-vergaraThe bountiful endowment of one of television’s most luscious ladies, Sofia Vergara, is definitely something I find sexy. Much like the epics of ancient days she has the curves that could launch a thousand ships. And like those ancient conveyances I’m sure these are also made of firm, hardwood. Yes, as I take yet another journey on, as Carl Sagan put it so nicely, the ship of the imagination, I can see her towering over me.

Lying under her, I can feel her slowly lowering herself onto my firm erection. I can feel her hesitate against the resistance. Holding her hips, I thrust myself up and then I feel myself sliding solidly into her. I continue to hold onto her hips as we begin gently rocking together. I feel the motion working its magic. As the two of us get acquainted. I can feel my pulsing cock turning her on and heating her up. I enjoy the feel of the warm, wet folds of pussy lips as they wrap themselves around my cock. Thrusting up into her I listen as she moans in acquiesce. It encourages me to quicken the pace. This turns the heat in her up another notch. She is so sexy, gorgeous, and strong, rolling and grinding down on me. Her hair whipping around as she moans louder. Her fingers dig into my shoulders as she leans over me.

I feel myself urged on, encouraged by her moaning, her breath falling heavier as she’s rocking back and forth on me. I thrust further into her, exciting her. My hard cock with its piston motion is increasing the stimulation racing through her. As she moves faster her breathing gets heavier. Then slow throaty groan escapes from her as waves of pleasure surge inside her. Looking up I see her delicious, firm, round globes swaying in front of me. They tease my hungry eyes. I reach out my tongue to tweak her large erect areolae. Those beautiful, round globes swaying, swaying, I hear her saying something to me as I focus on pleasuring her. I focus on those breasts of hers… Beautiful, firm, round globes swaying… I watch them rise and fall on her chest. I see them swelling as I hear her climaxing as I again thrust deep into the radiating from her sex. Oh those beautiful, bountiful, round globes! And that’s when it hit me!

Tautologies! How often am I bombarded by tautologies? Well, more often than I am bombarded by the devastatingly bombshell beauty of Ms. Vergara’s breasts. Those gorgeous round globes! There it is again.

A Tautology are similar to an oxymoron. Most people are aware of the more common oxymora, where two conflicting words are joined together, consider ‘jumbo shrimp’, ‘defending silence’, or the often cited humorously ‘military intelligence’. Tautologies are two words that when combined together are repetitious or redundant.

There are numerous examples of tautologies and they pop up on surprising places. Open example of a tautology would be calling something very, or extremely unique. Unique, by itself does not need a qualifier. When you say something is rare, it’s perfectly acceptable to qualify an occurrence as ‘very rare’. But unique, by definition, is one of a kind. If something is one of a kind it can’t be ‘extremely one of a kind’ one mean one.

Another tautology that is so overused is ‘advanced warning’. Well, of course the warning is advanced… Warnings precede events therefore they are always ‘advanced’. Yelling “What out for that ball!” before someone gets hit is a warning. There is nothing advanced about it. Yelling “what out for the ball” after it hits the guy isn’t a warning. Its a YouTube clip title.

They surround us everywhere, from ‘final results’, and ‘join together’, to ‘free gift’ and ‘added bonus’. They are often used to emphasize a point but quite often we start using them without even being aware of the repetition.

They are extremely common when using acronyms:
• CD-ROM disc
• DVD disk
• GPS system
• HIV virus
• ISBN number
• PIN number
• Please R.S.V.P. (Please in already in the French phrase for this abbreviation)
• RAM memory
• RAS syndrome
• SARS syndrome
• UPC code
• VIN number

When you think about it, it seems obvious. You wouldn’t write out Vehicle Identification Number Number, but when you write VIN number, somehow we forget that VIN already has ‘number’ there. Check yourself before you wreck yourself! Repetition of beautiful breasts is a wonderful thing, repetition of words, should draw a response from your grammar checker.

Monday Status Update – Week 8

will_alan_site_10The limerick project is continuing with #angel week. This week will focus on the wondrous sights of the Victoria’s Secret Angels. I’ll recap the Monday through Friday releases on this site weekly. As always you can keep up with the daily releases on my twitter feed: https://twitter.com/wastor64.

Last week saw two new Julia Series poems. This week I’m planning another two Julia poems. I’m also finishing on essay. I hope to post that here on Wednesday. Going forward I’m hoping to release a “Something I Find Sexy” essay every Wednesday.

So I’m looking to settle into a content pattern that will have the Monday Status Update, Wednesday “Something I Find Sexy” essay, and at least one poem on Thursday.

Now, there is something we need to consider… the limerick countdown is now under 30. That’s thirty days to go until St Patrick’s Day. I’m wondering what to do afterwards. Should I try a full year (365) of Limericks to kick off the 2016 St Patrick’s Day, or do something different, like a daily Haiku?

Feel free to comment your feedback on this… Do you have an opinion on this?