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Monday, February 13, 2017

My Vietnamese Ghost Bride Confesses

My Vietnamese ghost bride
from 1994
confessed
through a dream:

“Yes,
you followed the rules,
kept your promises,
waited years,
but I was
bound to betray you.

I’m sorry,
but neither
your scrawny penis
nor puny
credit card limit
could satisfy
my avaricious
vagina.”

[For Dverse, you know, right there: here]

15 comments:

  1. Wah...ghostly lover kicks... :-)

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    1. Yes, kick that ghost indeed!

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  2. It's hard for me to read these, knowing they're real, because I know you and care about you. Nevertheless, it's an excellent poem.

    P.S. I heart Vietnamese food, and I will never apologize for that. I hope we can still be friends.

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    1. Thanks, and I would never hold one's cuisine against someone!

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  3. So painful to read about a betrayal like that.

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    1. Yes, but far than painful than living it!

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  4. Now that is different, Buddha! A bit scary too.

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    1. Thankfully marriage #1 started Feb 13 1994 and ended July 3 1994.

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  5. Some ghosts need to move on.

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    1. Not without a swift kick in the ass first! Thanks!

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  6. Bold and sensuous.. good one Mosk :)

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    1. Thanks. Bold? I was stupid bold.

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  7. Cripes...bad dream!!!!

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  8. Ha! Hilarious!

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  9. oy. oy oy oy. you know I'm half viet - and would *never* get involved with a viet woman. oy. ~

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