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Satin Sheets

His scent lingers...

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Comment from Ogden
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I think you should ask him to shower beforehand. You'll sleep more soundly, especially if the guy doesn't linger.

Your red on black presentation, choice of font, and layout are striking, Diana.

Good luck in the love competition!

Ogden (Don)

 Comment Written 06-Nov-2019


reply by the author on 06-Nov-2019
    Hahaha!!! Too funny! Thanks so much! I needed that bit of comic relief!! Got a second place so I guess it?s ok if he showers later! xoxo
reply by Ogden on 06-Nov-2019
    Make sure he does't follow you there, Diana.
    ;o)
    Don
reply by the author on 06-Nov-2019
    :) :) :) xoxo
Comment from Y. M. Roger
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Amazing that, for some, the sense of smell is the an erogenous zone all its own... :) :) A wonderful offering for this limited format contest -- thank you for sharing and best of luck in the contest! ;)

 Comment Written 05-Nov-2019


reply by the author on 05-Nov-2019
    Thank you! I?m quite surprised by a second place finishing just now as I was lagging behind only an hour ago! My first poem in several weeks! So happy you could appreciate it!! xoxo
Comment from EveLovell
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Hi, this is a very evocative poem. Our sense of smell is more finely tuned than we think. It is very powerful for remembering, isn't it? I saw no errors, the picture is lovely. (But give me crisp cotton 1000 denier count sheets any day over satin), lol.

A lovely poem I'd recommend to other readers for review, cheers, Eve.

 Comment Written 04-Nov-2019


reply by the author on 04-Nov-2019
    Haha! Yeah, I know what you mean about the 1000 thread count-now that?s luxury! Thank you so much for your awesome feedback! xoxo
Comment from Alex Rosel
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I like the alliteration here. The "s" sound is in itself somehow intimate, as witnessed by John Keats' usage in Ode to Autumn.

Here's wishing you the best when the voting booth opens {smiles}.

 Comment Written 04-Nov-2019


reply by the author on 04-Nov-2019
    Thank you! I love using alliterations! :)xoxo