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    dots Submission Name: Alluredots

    Author: Briannan
    ASL Info:    20/F/CA
    Elite Ratio:    4.59 - 123/127/49
    Words: 83
    Class/Type: Misc/Serious
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       I decided to sit down and think of all the things that society depicts as "provocative" in a woman. And from those thoughts came this piece. I think that it is nearly impossible to be a supermodel, with super brains, and a bubbling effervescent personality that wins the entire room

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    A touch of rouge
    Long hair
    Dark or blonde
    Never a hair out of place
    Exotic looks
    A tilt of the head
    A twist of the hip
    Pale or tan
    No inbetweens
    Gentle speech
    Walks with a flair
    Never grows old
    Enchanting smile
    Full lips
    Full breasts
    Narrow waisted
    Full hips
    A touch of the hand
    A giggle on cue
    Always needs a man
    With a good conversation
    Fine taste
    Always gibbering
    I could never be
    The most alluring woman

    Submitted on 2006-09-19 16:00:57     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I like this piece. Pietro is right when he says that the subject described therein is vague and formless, but I think that adds to the meaning if anything. Modern society has set the standard so high for women (and to a lesser extent, men) that the epitome of beauty and intrigue seems to almost only exist in this nebulous spectre of self-image that can only be wished for but never achieved.

    If anything this poem makes you think, and really that's what's important. Nice work.

    | Posted on 2006-12-12 00:00:00 | by giventofly | [ Reply to This ]
      hmmm, looks like a rather vague description of what you clearly think of yourself as not being. this entitiy that you described almost seems formless. the juxtapositions in the imagery and traits gives a muddled picture of the subject. the vaguaries add a nice touch though. but doesnt help much in getting the meat of the matter out. it seems that we are only seeing pieces. pieces from other people,, personalities, pasted and posted for all to perceive inside the room.

    i havent met a lot of people, but im pretty sure it'll be a fukced up day if i ever meet someone like the people, persons you described (in fact, i think i know someone like that. bad case. dont ask.) anyway, i think i would have liked this piece more if your description didnt give so much away. the last lines are stringed up in such a way, that it looks like you could be talking about yourself, within the throes of martyrdom, knowing how perfect you are yet still some piece remains lost...

    instead of another character that is. hmmm there are some trivial spelling errors, but they are only trivial. its all good.


    | Posted on 2006-09-19 00:00:00 | by Pietro | [ Reply to This ]

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