Copyright © Stan Ski 2008 - 2013
I really like that last line. Stains on your conscience have stories to tell.
Thanks Sabra :)
Damned stains won't rub off or wash out will they? It is good to see we went down the same path as I don't feel quite so guilty now. As usual your succinctness is much admired.
Thanks Oldegg :)
Oh my - giggles and sighs ... "took her to another dimesnions, ticked her boxes and rung her bell" love the final rhyme which just ties up a wonderful poem with a delightful bow - "stains on your conscience" leaving those stories rippling into the distance ... one not soon forgotten.
Thanks Pearl :)
A story well told!! The last line excellent!! No holy dips in the ganges can erase it!!
Thanks Nanka :(
This seems a little sad, sometime things happen, maybe not what was intented?
Thanks Annell :)
Nicely done. Sharp and to the point. Excellent use of the words.
Thanks JCM :)
The rhyme acts like a salve to ease the pain of conscience. I love this one, Stan.
Thanks Brenda :)
Love the last line!!reading the menu in the clouds outside
Thanks Gautami :)
Well woven and great use of the words. I too, love that final line...Elizabeth
Thanks Elizabeth :)
Love that killer close!
Thanks Mama Zen :)
well...we all have those stains...life :)
Innit...! Thanks Humbird
Oh, Stan, I like this. Excellent rhyme scheme.Pamela
Thanks Pamela :)
Ha! My friend Adam was boasting a couple weeks ago how he has the magic touch with women. Apparently you just tell them they look beautiful. Oh yeah? :)
Or something just as subtle... Thanks Veronica :)
Wonderful! I love the succinctness and the last line is great!
Thanks Daphne :)
Straight forward and unflinching. Perfect.
Thanks Teri :)
This reminds me of the song 'Love Potion Number 9' - only a tad bit more dramatic. How many of us would go to such lengths to get the person we think we want? There are words to another song that come to mind..."How is it you do the Voodoo you do so well?" Thanks for stopping by, Jules
"stains on you conscience have stories to tell" well done.