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The Predators (Women) knows just how to catch their Prey (Men)

Updated on January 14, 2012

I see them day and night

acting a role that's just not

right. They go along from day

to day pretending to be someone

they wish they were.





Necks perched way up to the

sky, high heels make them girate

as they go. Rouge smeared all

over there faces, funny hair cuts

of all colours shapes and size.

Some make you say Oh my!!!

Their pants so tight it cling to

them like white on rice,

it's all a mirage a mask they hide

behind.





They deck themselves in costly

array. They are Predators and knows

just how to catch their prey (men).

Just by the way they walk and sway

they are bound to catch their prey.

Its an immitation of their

life, that the men chase with much haste.

For with them Lust is a must............

If they only know that true beauty comes

from the inside it doesn't hide behind a mask,

then so many lives won't be at stake............



Written by: Joanna Chandler

Copyright 2012

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    • LadyFiddler profile image
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      Joanna Chandler 6 years ago from On planet Earth

      Thanks Emily40 I am happy you came by

      ~~~Much Hugs~~~

    • Emily40 profile image

      Emily40 6 years ago

      This is an excellent hub. Thanks for sharing. thumbs up!!!

    • LadyFiddler profile image
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      Joanna Chandler 6 years ago from On planet Earth

      Thanks Jackie for your insightful comment. Sometimes the Parents doing the same thing you know.

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      Jackie Lynnley 6 years ago from The Beautiful South

      Wow that is the way it is. So much is normal I think or well it use to be but with pre-teen girls hanging out at malls looking like hookers we have to wonder what parents are doing!

      I sure never heard Skeeter sing like that before! Voted all up!

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