Monday, December 19, 2011

Haiku Monday: SPIN


My '80s romance:
Sequins, sweat, and Rush. Baby,
you spun me right round.

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10 comments:

Karl said...

Good morning Moi,

I was going to say very cool. Then I saw your tags. And had to go look up other terms for rush. I'm glad it didn't adversely affect you.

That's a neat top, but tight hugs were probably out of the question, weren't they?

moi said...

Karl: Nah. I don't have an addictive personality and could always take or leave just about anything. Except fashion :o)

Boxer said...

Very cool photo and and as always, a great haiku.

czar said...

No offense, but was there a haiku there? Maybe I need to get over my "no visuals" thing.

Troll said...

I'm not sure if that's a guy or a girl. I like Marilyn Manson's version of "Spin me Right, Round". Pretty sure he's a guy.

Happy Haiku Day!

The Ghost of Brit Synth-Pop said...

Don't, don't you want me, West End Girls?

moi said...

Boxer: Thanks!

Czar: You're still ciphering on it ain't cha.

Troll: I never figured you for a Manson fan, but I'll take it. He does good covers. "Personal Jesus" and Gary Numan's "Down in the Park" are also good.

Ghost: You say you'll try harder, but we think it's just too late. The car is revving in the drive, and we're not the sort to wait.

Curmudgeon said...

This girl look like she swallowed a python. Those are serious abs. She looks like a real pretty gladiator. Re: below, Once I hired a girl with silver hair. Her mom and sister had silver hair too. They never dyed it. They were Irish. I never would have thought that would occur in nature unless one was a polar bear. I have to admit these girls have my eyes spinning like a slot machine.

moi said...

Curm: I have seen gals with that silvery platinum hair, too. That occurs in nature? Go figure. Want.

Anonymous said...

Hot, Moi. Certainly builds the moment.

That outfit somehow reminds me of one of those "disco balls" they used to spin above the crowd with a spotlight trained on it. Haven't been to a disco-equivalent in decades, so don't know if they still have such an item.

S