Romance Explored, Sandra Staines
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Sandra Staines

Romance Explored

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Romance Explored is a collection of poems dealing with contemporary love and romance.
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Yes I was a fool
Listening to his patter
It was too smooth
This patina of burnished steel
The man could have seduced
Anything, anyone and anytime
And he did
Me and a dozen others besides
Including the guy down at the hardware store
I should have known his wolfish ways
He had eyes that would stray
But when he turned his gaze my way
I melted and practically squirmed
In my chair at the fancy restaurant
And he knew all the wines and stuff
I was pleased; I was chuffed
I had never known a man like him Even if I was worried about
The pale band of untanned skin
On his third finger
I was the ingénue
It can’t be denied
Hungry for what
A little town could offer
A girl from the sticks,
Everywhere he went he caused a stir
I mean, how many men out here
Wear Italian suits and know how to flirt

(extracted from ‘The Wolf in Him’)
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