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Pink Plastic Princess

There she sat, head tilted back in elegance
By her father in her 
Pink plastic chariot
Barely two years old

With golden multicultural skin
A crown of silken shiny curls
Framed her gorgeous face of regency 
Style, heirs and grace

And she knew

She was fabulous 
As she was whooshed past my
Car window
Off through the grey sordid concerete
As a bright cheery spot
Pushed by her proud, proud father
Picking her tiny 
Button nose ....

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  1. Date: 1/14/2014 11:54:00 AM
    I'm going to call your title Alliteration... I love it.. Karen, ~ Did you really think I'd leave without stopping by to say Good-bye. Never, Muwahahahaha! Why the word alone sounds -forever and difficult. LOL, I love this place and the poets. A couple of soup friends and I are taking a short vacation. REMEMBER! The Best Thing About Leaving is the "RETURN." I will leave in good faith, in hopes you don't forget me, and you are looking forward in having me visit you and your poems in the future. HAHA, I will bring a new me when I return. "I Can't wait to see you again:) If you ever want me to read a certain poem or you wish to say hi... Drop by my E-Mail Address. :) Sincerely yours ~Always & Forever~ The Sweet Poet Destroyer

  1. Date: 10/18/2012 2:55:00 PM
    just wonderful. If only all fathers made their girls feel like this!!

  1. Date: 10/12/2012 9:58:00 AM
    You make me think and laugh and smile. This is beautiful in all its descriptive style. love, Kathy gorgeous face of regency - favorite line.

  1. Date: 10/1/2012 12:30:00 PM
    Today is the start of a new month and a new week. I am reading what looks to be some exceptional writing today. So glad I was able to read yours Karen. Love, Carol