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Sweet Cheeks (A One Day Prompt Poem)

Sweet Cheeks
Let’s color.
Let’s kiss ass.
Let’s live outside the lines
on a butt cheek –
one day.

Ellespeth

About Ellespeth

I'm a poet. Sometimes I write stories and other nonsense. Ellespeth

9 comments on “Sweet Cheeks (A One Day Prompt Poem)

  1. I wonder if tattoo artists get desensitized to see bare butt after a while. Seems like a popular location for ink.

  2. Ouch. I’m glad tattooing wasn’t yet (mainstream) popular back when I had a butt worthy of tattooing. My butt’s definitely not worthy now … nor would it look very appealing if it had been tattooed 😉

    • I was discussing my coloring pages and how I can stay in the lines only when I’m very, very careful. And then, somehow, I was writing this poem. I just can’t imagine..I searched ‘coloring’… 😛
      I’m too chicken to even have a tiny one done on my ankle.
      Ellespeth

  3. Well done. I always wonder what a tattooed butt would look like on a eighty year old grandmother. Never want to really find out though.

  4. Your poem went very well with the photo 🙂 Nicely done, Ellespeth.

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