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Real Women ©

I don't know why. It's just true.

Jim (Jock) Love
Stonehenge, England
2001

I remember when women wore gloves,
Stiletto high heels.
Wore suspenders with stockings.
Had breasts that were real,
Before collagen implants,
PMT and their cellulite thighs.
Women who were soft to the touch,
With feminine wiles
Vivacious and luscious
Simpering and coy.
Fond memories of childhood,
When I was a boy.


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