“Solo on Nudity” by Roxane Beth Johnson / Blackbird v11n1 | #poetry

“Solo on Nudity” by Roxane Beth Johnson | Blackbird v11n1 | #poetry.

    • snowbirdpress
    • June 8th, 2012

    What a great poem. My Dad and I never got along with clothes too well. I’m allergic or sensitive to all the stuff they put in the fabrics to protect me from myself. I can’t tell you the shoes I end up putting in good will cause I can’t wear them. Just about the time a piece of clothing gets comfortable for me it falls apart! But I am too shy for nudity outright… and too cold for nudity outright. But don’t come to my house in the dead summer’s heat. You’ll have to wait at the door while I get decent.

    • Summer and nudity go hand in hand. Which reminds me. A visit is forthcoming one of these (summer) days, I hope, just to rouse you from your indecency, 🙂 Oh, and don’t worry I don’t drive without clothes on.

    • snowbirdpress
    • June 8th, 2012

    Hi, Donna, At this point I have no idea what the next day will bring. I have tons of things I’m supposed to do…and tons of things I’d like to do…but haven’t had time to sort out the two…and am looking forward to a summer of just unwinding, relaxing and trying to put some of the pieces of the crubling cookie back togethe again. Just call before you come to make sure I’m home. 🙂

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