Belly and breasts cascade
over ample hips.
The glass reflects
Jabba the Hutt lying in state
in my living room.
That is unexpected.
Or it could be the little statue in the Greek & Roman section of the Met Museum of Art!!
lol! good one!
xxx Huge Hugs xxx
Smiling…i bet not. Distorted mirror.
Oh, I don’t know!
LOL…thanks for my first smile of the day. I can so relate! It’s all good.
What ya gonna do? Life!
*looks around for hidden cameras*
(lying in state) Not a bad arraignment — If you have the required servants to do your bidding.
I have a butler/chauffeur/bed warmer who shows up part time. 5 pm to 8 am.
Sadly, he is not much of a cook, but he’s mine.
Thanks for the smile this morning.
You’re welcome. 😉
This made me laugh out loud. I prefer to view my own body as Rubenesque. Or maybe Buddah-like. 😀
Thank heavens for Rubens.
Reblogged this on Angel de Meg.
Funny. Good one.. 👍😁
That glass is way more than half full.
No cute little wookies to keep you company?
Oh, I have a couple of fuzzy faces nearby. 🙂
Have you heard the song Screenwriter’s Blues by Soul Coughing? The cadence of this reminds me of that song. Plus points for good Star Wars reference.
I haven’t, I’ll have to look them up.
unexpected reflections in glass
no truth in the shadows
for there can be no Jabba here
for Jabba has gone and
has left the building
the Jawas chuckle away
PS – get curtains, it’ll never happen again 😉
The glass in question is from panels over the stairs, but point taken!
You’ve no place to be talking about yourself like that Shawn, you are beautiful
Perhaps, but we see scary things in the glass when we least expect it!
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Shawn Bird is an author, poet, and educator in the beautiful Shuswap region of British Columbia, Canada. She is a proud member of Rotary.
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