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  1. vanillamom says:

    sand. in hair. bad. ugh. nilla hates sand. hates hates hates sand. sand behind knees *shudder*…between *toes*..eww…

    nilla does, however. love your haiku…

    (and where is nilla going on vacation you ask. yeah. there. the *sand* place.)

    • willcrimson says:

      What? You don’t like oily, greasy. pasty suntan lotion smeared all over you like glops of mayonnaise just so the sand can really, really… really… stick to you with that extra, sticky stickiness that not even an asteroid-driven tsunami could wash off?

      I just don’t understand…

  2. paul1510 says:

    very expressive.
    I agree with nilla, sand can be really irritating, under certain circumstances.

  3. vanillamom says:


  4. exxiex says:

    Lovely as your posts always are! exxie

  5. M.Penny says:

    Well this certainly puts a different spin on the idea of tanlines. I have worked many outdoor summer jobs in the past and used to hate the stark contrast between my browned exposed skin and my very pale covered portions. With this poem, you made me appreciate that contrast a little more. Thank you!

    • willcrimson says:

      You’re welcome, Penny. :-) Everything about a woman can be distractingly erotic. It’s really up to her. There are tan lines, white hips and breasts, that make my mouth water. But then I was also, maybe, playing on the idea of “white as snow” as being pure/or purity. :-)

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