Deviant Daughters – #poetry #FebruaryWriting

Night Owl Poetry - Dorinda Duclos


Mama always warned her girls
They best behave when on a date
But those two had a better idea
Words of wisdom, now too late

Once out the door, and in the car
They’d speed away, into the night
Find a place, they could change
Hit the scene, oh boy, what a sight

No longer were they demure ladies
So sweet, when they left the house
Now they were both quite deviant
One was even missing her blouse!

Come-hither eyes and lollipop grins
The guys were knocked off their feet
That is, until Bessy opened her mouth
Making most fellows, quickly, retreat

Not everything is as good as it looks
Better wait, before you praise and laud
The packaging may look great outside
But, sometimes, the product is flawed

February Writing Prompts – Deviant daughters – Day 23/28

©2019 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
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