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Use the words “lace” and “leather” any way you wish

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  1. Sunday At The Cinema

    Our first date was her idea: movies
    at the upscale porno cinema downtown:
    Leather And Lace and Cumming Home.
    I had asked her out to dinner, but…

    She said she’d never been there before
    but the buxom babe in the ticket booth
    and the overly solicitous usher, grinning,
    unintentionally let her cat out of the bag.

    We had a couple of pre-show cocktails
    and played a little footsie under the table;
    each of us shared a little Ex- history and
    opted for Red-Hots instead of popcorn.

    We went in to watch the show. It wasn’t
    as high-budget as we’d hoped, but it wasn’t
    bad, either. It wasn’t until I took her home
    we knew that we’d both seen it all before.

    All things considered, a good first date;
    she asked if I was free again on Tuesday…

    >> Also posted on my blog Scrambled, Not Fried:

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  2. Here you go!

    Ankle Boots

    I bought them in a sale,
    brown ankle boots
    divided down the centre,
    one half shiny leather
    the other suede.
    They were cheap,
    really cheap.
    One had been kept in its own dark box,
    the other displayed in the sunny shop window.
    So one was faded,
    the other not.
    But it soon caught up
    and then they were a perfect match.
    I love them still, old as they are.
    A lace broke years ago
    and was replaced
    by one slightly rounder,
    but it doesn’t show
    so no one knows
    the difference.
    And I love them still,
    my old brown boots,
    well worn but still going,
    a bit like me!

    Lynn White

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  7. Hi. Thanks for this prompt. It was a lot of fun to work with. I came up with something quite whimsical. 🙂 Here’s my piece; I hope you enjoy it & I welcome feedback:
    On Style

    Lace trims
    Purse cuts


    Coupée &
    Silky feels

    Times so
    Styles go
    Aesthetics &
    Of the
    © Niliema Karkhanis


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