NEW CLOTHES FOR PARIS.

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A WOMAN AND HER MAID TALK OF PARIS.

Submitted: November 17, 2010

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You realize of course Hazel
Says to Dunne her maid as

She helps her on with the
Jacket of her two piece suit

That you’ll have to wear new
Clothes when we go to Paris

I can’t have you dressed just
Anyhow and shoes and hats

We must have new hats and
Shoes and we’ll get you fitted

For a new coat suitable for the
Climate and careful how you do

Up the jacket I don’t want you
Losing any of the buttons as

You did with the other jacket
You’re always losing buttons

Dunne you are such a clumsy
Girl and while we are in other’s

Company in Paris don’t keep
Calling me Miss this or that you

Will pretend we are just friends
On holiday together and let me

Do the talking as I can speak
French and while Hazel is talking

Dunne adjusts the jacket over the
Shoulders allowing her fingers to

Feel the flesh letting her eyes scan
The naked shoulders and wishes

She could just kiss just the one kiss
And the hotel is booked and two

Separate beds and we will share
The same room Hazel adds so you

Can help me as you do now and
Dunne moves her head forward her

Lips are just an inch or so from the
Fleshy shoulder just a mere inch or

So and then moving to the front of
Her mistress she buttons up each

Button in turn with her thin fingers
Gazing at her mistress’s eyes looking

Into hers the pupils like dark olives on
A white platter waiting to be consumed.


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