My Dozen And One Ladies 1. To Becky

My Dozen And One Ladies 1. To Becky

To Becky

I confess I have been with ladies of all type
I’ve kissed all sort of lips: soft, succulent, rigid
I have even slept with so many of them
Fighting hard to satisfy the beast in me
Yet, none of them could quench the fire
None of them could tame me.

But with you all it took was a snap
And after just one night, I was a mellow as a dove
I was fire burning in its highest velocity
But you were ice, freezing you were able to quench me
I was surprised, I know it wasn’t expertise you used but…
Finally I know I found the one to call mine.

You were once a prostitute, a gentle-woman of the highway
A noble trader, use what you have to get what you want
But since we met, one thing led to another
And we decided to give fate a trial—a white chance
Years later, here we are—two beautiful kids
Everyone has a partner, just search and you’ll find yours.



21 thoughts on “My Dozen And One Ladies 1. To Becky” by lactoo (@louis)

  1. @omoniyi thank you for dropping by. Hope you enjoyed it. watch out for the next installment in this poetic series. gracias.

  2. From the look of things, at least from the narrator’s viewpoint, it seems that sex or ‘quenching his fire’, is the basis for relationship, nay marriage.

    I’m sceptical about that viewpoint though.

    I think you should look again at †ђξ first line, “…ladies of all type (sic).

    Keep improving your art.

  3. Intriguing..
    I love dix- You were once a prostitute, a gentle woman of the highway,
    A noble trader, use what you have to get what you want.
    I love hw u wre abt 2 describe becky as sm1 dat has tried oda Men..didn’t get want she rilly wanted buh kept tryin her luck till fate brought u guys 2geda.
    Is an awesome piece..well done

    1. Sowi..mint hw u wre able 2 describe Becky.. Nt the oda, pardon ma bloomer.

  4. Jo (@josephoguche)

    What a story … ! Nicely written.

  5. Seconding coment 3.

  6. I agree with the 3rd commentator. The message is clear actually but not “sex”!

  7. @wendy
    Thanks bro, but this piece isn’t entirely about sex.
    It reads deeper than that.

  8. Nice… Everyone sure has a partner…and sex isn’t the basis for this coupling. He’s tasted different puddings and knows that it goes beyond that – they are compatible, fire and ice.

    Check line 1 and 2. Sort*s* and type*s*
    Well done, lactoo.

  9. @sibbylwhyte.
    Hey Bubs, I was wondering when you’d read this piece. Thanks a bunch for dropping by and your comments are greatly appreciated.
    Yeah, I suppose everyone has a partner.
    Do well to watch out for the next installment of this poetic series.

  10. @charles55
    Thanks a lot bro. Your views on this piece is greatly appreciated.
    Please do well to watch out for the next installment of this poetic series.

  11. @josephoguche
    Thanks a bunch for dropping by.
    Please do well to watch out for the next installment if this poetic series. To Calista.

    1. Jo (@josephoguche)

      Welcome .. sure

  12. @Chime221
    Your views on this piece is magnificiently appreciated. I love the fact that you made your point straight and direct.
    Well, I suppose it’s one of those things in life that we all have to deal with. Everyone must search for his rightful partner else…
    Thanks for dropping by and do well to be on your toes for the next installment of this Poetic series. To Calista.

  13. lov poem is a poem to lov and nt to b buchered lookin for where to find d liver and bile

  14. Lactooooooo, you done spoil oooo. Thought we were teens….

  15. They have said it all.

    Could be woven more poetically tho. Some lines just don’t click.

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