A Fuller Figured Woman

Poem By David Keig

A fuller figured woman
should never be ashamed
of the ampleness upon her
nor the need to rearrange
her wardrobe every season
as the curves fight with her clothes
oh god save me from the skinny
i've never fancied one of those.

A fuller figured woman
should not put out the light
when she gradually undresses
and prepares herself for night
for the fuller figured woman
is not someone to be scorned
for her body won't discomfort you
and she'll always keep you warm.

Comments about A Fuller Figured Woman

beautifully said- -] A fuller figured woman should not put out the light when she gradually undresses and prepares herself for night
nice poem David. for encouraging the full figured woman.
only you could wright such beauty David: -) Priceless
I love this David great job


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