Monday, 2 July 2012

Ophelia and Mark.















A winner, a night 
a need to rejoice
In through the door, 
enticed by her voice.

He, innocent asked;
‘Can I kiss you Ophelia?’
She took off her robe.
“Your money, your choice!”
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To lovers or art; 'I apologise'. 
To old comedians; 'You said it first!' 
To those who are offended by naughty rhymes; 'Stiff!'
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24 comments:

  1. A cheeky spin on the traditional innocent Ophelia and focusing on her mad whore phase! Very creative!

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  2. No nunnery for this Ophelia chick!!

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  3. well now...for the right amount of money...ha...nice stafford...smiles...

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  4. yep- no nunnery for Ophelia....is this naughty or nice- I say both!

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  5. It took me a second or two to get it :) LOL I'm a bit slow this morning.....afternoon. See.

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  6. ‘Can I kiss you Ophelia?’

    'And then get to feel ya?' I suppose would be the next question? Hehehe!

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    1. Is not that a tautism? Anyone reading this, please supply correct spelling. We are talking about saying the same thing twice, as in 'salty saline' for example.

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  7. I need a bit of naughty - life is very serious and hectic at the moment. Good - but still hectic.

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  8. Well, if you can offend open-minded poets, they might not be as talented as they proclaim!

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  9. that was very risque!!

    <a href="http://zongrik.wordpress.com/2012/07/02/where-are-the-koi/>where are the koi</a>

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    1. Thank you, I am trying to build a reputation.

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  10. hahahaha - your reputation precedes you (or something like that Stafford)

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    1. or 'proceeds' him in this case ;-)

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    2. The Mark pays, so that is where the proceeds come from. I wasn't there... promise!

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  11. This could have come from the mouth of those old music hall comedians who enjoyed running close to the edge. As you said, they said it first -but you did it better!

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  12. Interesting take on Ophelia...giggle...

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  13. Who would have thought, the knock shop ! , but it is as easy to fall in love there as anywhere else. Love truly knows no bounds ! .

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  14. ‘Can I kiss you Ophelia?’

    I frequently ask Ada the same thing...

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