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Sexy Legs Poetry


Mark Halliday

In the last year of my marriage,
among a hundred other symptoms I wrote a poem called
"The Woman across the Shaft"—she was someone
I never met—she had long bare legs
on a summer night when she answered the phone
in her kitchen and lifted her legs to the table
while she talked and laughed and I tried to listen
from my window across an airshaft between buildings
and watched her legs. I doubt she was beautiful
but her legs were young and long
and she laughed on the phone

while I sat in my dark of dissolving faith

and I tried to capture or contain the unknown woman
in a poem: the real and the ideal,
the mess of frayed bonds versus untouched possibility,
so forth. Embarrassed now
I imagine a female editor
who received "The Woman across the Shaft"
as a submission to her magazine—the distaste she felt—
perhaps disgust she felt—I imagine her
grimacing slightly as she considers writing "Pathetic"
on the rejection slip but instead lets the slip stay blank
and then returns to another envelope
from a writer she has learned to trust,
crossing her long legs on her smart literary desk.


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5 Responses to “Sexy Legs Poetry”

  1. the professor Says:

    Been there, done that, bought the damn stockings.

  2. Vanilla Savant Says:

    Ouch. A bit too close to home. Another fine poet, Angela; thank you.

  3. PQS Says:

    I read this and sort of started thinking about your legs…you know, kind of extended, up there on your desk, kind of long, crossed over, extended, your recent knee trouble gone, maybe in black nylons, perhaps a Cuban heel, a stilletto heel…yeah, I know…”Pathetic”…well, I better get back to work…

  4. Mr. Smith Says:

    You’ve hooked me on this poetry thing. Is it because all poetry is good? Or do you just know how to pick out the good ones? What suprises me the most is the sexy poetry you find.

    Like PQS, I think of your legs. A guy can dream. Right?

  5. backroads Says:

    Very nice, very sexy. And, indeed, the silliness of men.

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