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How big are you?
Cause honey, I like Ďem big.
And I am not talking about
in your dreams,
she wonít be able to tell,
internet come on
I need to know that you are big enough for me.
I am a woman with
My skills are legendary.
And I am not wasting them on
If you are going to dance with me,
you had better be BIG.
So how big are you?
Iíll take you on the ten cent tour.
Pointing out the landmarks
along the way.
The various dimples are inviting,
thatís a ticklish spot on the nape of the neck.
Hold on tight if you go there.
On the left hand is the fading scar from childhood drama
and the stretch marks make crisscrossing patterns
over the vast expanse of white belly.
Take your time exploring the landscape
we have all the time in the world.
Written and submitted by: Eileen Rosensteel
Eileen Rosensteel is a bodacious poet, writer, speaker, and performer dedicated to building connections. She has a one woman show about the fat ladies of the circus. Her work has been performed on stage and appeared in Breadcrumb Scabs, Madison Magazine, Matrifocus and Rolling Around in My Head.
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