The Perfect Woman Searching For The Perfect Man

The Simple Life

Do you have a few moments,

For just a little drivel,

As our planet continues,

To orbit, tremble, and swivel?

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Why did the chicken cross the road,

On such a beautiful day?

Was it merely fate,

Or was it fowl play?

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Is congress actually progress,

When it hardly has a plan,

When if in charge of deserts,

We’d surely run out of sand?

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How can modern man,

Make any substantial advance,

When certainty eludes him as,

Learning is not obtained by chance.

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She placed an ad for her charms.

She only wanted the simple life.

Traveling the Earth and beyond,

As the simple man’s simple wife.

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He placed his ad like she.

He was ready to settle down.

Had they both built their mansions,

On sand and shaky ground?

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He was a pillar of the community,

A financial success, no doubt.

She exemplified a perfection,

That perfect man could not be without.

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She peaked his anxiety with her piety.

She would be the perfect wife.

They’re simply traveling the Earth,

Trying to live the simple life.

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Ah…the simple life!

They hiked Nepal in summer.

They skied the Alps in the winter,

Because Vail was such a bummer.

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At long last they were complete.

Each had the perfect mate.

Each ate their simple meals,

With a silver spoon and golden plate.

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Isn’t it just a ruse,

A very clever façade?

And what if we are to serve,

A merciful, benevolent God?

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Questions for this universe,

Persist, surround, and linger.

Do Gorillas have big nostrils,

Just because they have big fingers?

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Is the giraffe’s neck so long,

Just to reach its head?

And why use so many words,

When nothing substantial is said?

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How complex is simplicity?

Should we strive for complexity instead?

For to truly live the “simple life”,

One needs a lot of bread.

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~Micky Dee~

…04-14-13…

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The Perfect Woman

She wanted a real man,

To lavish love she so deserved.

A man whose very existence,

Hinged on her every word.

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A real man to hold her hand,

Whose sole being rests,

On this real woman,

With reconstructed silicone breasts.

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With false eyelashes,

Stiletto heals, and designer jeans,

She longs for the perfect man,

With few words and a lot of means.

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She wanted a real man,

To long for her collagen lips,

And yearn for her augmented,

Implanted, padded hips.

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Her perfect hair and make-up,

Exemplify perfect class.

She must be the perfect woman,

Searching for the perfect ass.

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~Micky Dee~

04-14-13

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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida

Perfect is the word, Micky, for this delightful, insightful verse. Thank you for the pleasure.


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sligobay 3 years ago from east of the equator

Perfect is in the eye of the beholder. I love the play between complexity and simplicity.


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sunflowerforests 3 years ago from The light in the forest of doubt.

Very, very clever! Still laughing about the gorilla nostrils...lol. Great work. So fun to read. Voted for you!


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jandee 3 years ago from Liverpool.U.K

Padded hips ? No chance that I will need 'em! Micky.

best from jandee


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Fossillady 3 years ago from Saugatuck Michigan

You can come up with some good one's along with the best of em! I like the line about gorilla nostrils! Very clever and as always, with ease to follow! I like it simple, hee! :O)


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prettydarkhorse 3 years ago from US

Perfect man, can't be perfect! Simplicity always rules! Thumbs up!


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ocfireflies 3 years ago from North Carolina

Mickey Dee

it's plain to see

sense of humor

play with words

loving your poems

voted awesome

thumbs up

-Kim


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DREAM ON 3 years ago

Always a twist or a turn.You got my attention with the blonde bomb shell.She is definitely loaded.I like keeping it simple the complicated give me a headache.Interesting and voted up.Have a great night.


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torrilynn 3 years ago

Perfect use of word play. Ingenious.

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