I slept with Michelle Pfeiffer..........in my dreams!

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Inspired by Vocal coach and Johnny Depp1

Michelle Michelle I held you last night
in my
dream filled controls
Far far outside of hollywood
far outside of your roles


That crooked little smile was there too
below the handfuls of the tantilizing curls
And your beauty was all the rages
as you dared enter my worlds

The pleasures oh the pleasures it was
by far my best night ever
To slowly undress her beauty taking all my
time to treasure

In the end she kissed me hard on the lips
and said go with me now or never
And then she walked away wiggling
much as Michelle can wiggle ever

And now I must go to work and
see if I can still perform
Oh Michelle you owned me and
left a man so scorned

Perhaps in another world or at
least in dreams of the night
I know otherwise she'll not look at me twice
oh well the dreams are the best ....right
?





Comments 22 comments

Ghaelach 3 years ago

Hi Ed.

If you want another woman, then go for the best. They don't come much finer than this wonderful person.

She has been one of my favorites for many years.

I can only wish you sweet dreams tonight and please say hello to Michelle for me. She may remember me from last week.

LOL Ghaelach


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Wayne Brown 3 years ago from Texas

She slept with you as well? Michelle gets around, I'd say! That'll be the last time that I buy that she is just running out to the drugstore...she's out of here! Thanks much! ~WB


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Patriot Quest 3 years ago from America

WHAT? She said I was the only one!!! That lieing 3 time hussy!


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Thelma Alberts 3 years ago from Germany

Hahahaha! Guys, you make me smile widely. Michelle is a beautiful woman. I´m not surprise that you dream a lot of her. Awesome piece of poetry. Thanks for sharing;-)


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tlpoague 3 years ago from USA

Amazing bit of poetry! I was almost afraid to read it... :) Thanks for sharing it.


Vickiw 3 years ago

Michelle is very beautiful . . . .oh, I've just thought of a question! How many other guys have had this dream?! Seems like lot would answer in the affirmative. Really fun poem.


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Mhatter99 3 years ago from San Francisco

Good one. Thank you. She may not have slept with me either. But dance...! I was pretty good.


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torrilynn 3 years ago

ahorseback,

really interesting piece of poetry that you

have here very intriguing and kept me wanting

to read more.

thanks and voted up


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Ghaelach , I knew you and I were similar kinds of men , Man , I'm always last in line , LOL......Ed


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

See what I mean Wayne , Like Doc holliday said to Johnny ringo , "No, Now I think I hate you "....lol I'm forever last in line for the great women !......:-}


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Patriot .......You Too ! Damn ......This is getting rough !...lol


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Thelma ! I love you too ..........thank you ..:-}


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

tlpoague , Hi sweety ! Oh come now , I wouldn't embarress you !.......:-}


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Thanks Vickie , I'm having fun at her expense Im sure !............:-}


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Mhatter , Ha , I used to love to dance , I would with her !.....Ed


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Torrylynn , I will see what I can do about that ! Thank you and nice to see you !.....::-}


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

Ah, Ed. You're a man of excellent taste. She's always good in her roles, even beyond the ones in your imagination, but one I'll bet few have seen is in "The Age of Innocence" with Daniel Day Lewis. It's an Edith Wharton story of New York high society grandeur and hypocrisy in the 1870s. He's engaged to & marries a pretty but boring socialite (played by Winona Ryder), but longs for more passion and excitement. Michelle, who has married a European count, from whom she's semi-separated, returns to her native New York whirl and restirs his passion for her, of course leading to a lot of romantic intrigue - and regret. Michelle is at her best as the unconventional Countess Willinska who haunts his dreams for the rest of his eventually settled conventional life.


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Nellieanna ! Yes , I have watched this one , Of course for simpler minds there is my favorite " Ladyhawke " a story of mythology I guess , Rutger Hauer and Michelle. I do like a good drama !................I hope U are well my friend !....Ed


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

I'm impressed! You're a real fan! I didn't see "Ladyhawke". How about "Dangerous Liaisons"? Good classic raunchy drama.

Nevermind. We could go on and on. :-) Yes, I'm well. Thank you for mentioning! Hugs.


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Nellieanna , you're "impressed ",What an old softey like myself ? can't like a good drama ? ,LOL ........ and Daniel Day Lewis , of coarse is a great actor have you seen him in "Lincoln" yet ?.......well worth the watching my dear !........:-}


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

Well, I sort of figured Edith Wharton to be a sort of acquired taste. haha. But I didn't for a moment discount your eclectic tastes & of course you'd appreciate a good drama! Besides, with Michelle in it, the movie is surely like a magnet. Yes, Daniel Day Lewis is a significant actor. He does elegant, quiet yearning so well! In fact, they both did!

I have seen "Lincoln", in fact I own the DVD. DDL's a ringer for Lincoln! I'm a tad disappointed that the film's scope is a bit confined, but it's quite an important documentary and my admiration for Lincoln is limitless! I saw it only right after I bought it. I need to watch it again. I only buy movies I know I'd want to see over and over. So it's about time! Thanks for the timely reminder!


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ahorseback 3 years ago Author

Oh wow Nellieanna! I do believe that DDL played Abe [from all I've read ,} to a T. A big T actually , but yes they might have payed out the whole historical surroundings a little better . I listened on NPR , DDL being interiewed about the origional casting , he refused the part at first saying no one could play Lincoln , yet accepted in time with the challenges ! he also lived the part all wile filming , the voice, the accent , the many traits of Abe ....Just aweome , I'm coming over with popcorn ........Ed

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