Wicked Wednesday: Dating Profile

Woman's silhouette with chair

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If I had to write a profile for an online dating sight,
I’d take my time and then create a profile that was right.
I’d want to have a profile that listed pros and cons,
and hope that I would not receive the crazy bad come-ons.

I’d start with all the basics: my age, my height, my weight,
and that my hair was (often) blonde and that my eyes were slate
(or blue or green or sometimes more depending on the day)
And then I’d pause and think about what else I ought to say.

I’d write about things I enjoy, like reading in the park,
and picnicking with wine and cheese and walking in the dark.
And soaking in a hot tub, and getting a massage,
And looking through the scrapbooks that I find in the garage.

I’d also write about emotions, things that make me cry,
Like watching a sad movie or eating spicy Thai.
I cry for different reasons, and I’d mention that I do
Cry long and hard when orgasming, or getting a tattoo.

I’d list the traits that I would like in a potential mate,
Like honesty and humor, passion, tenderness innate.
We’d have to be compatible both in and out of bed,
And he would have to woo me with his body and his head.

I would hope I would attract the lover of my dreams,
The man who’d be my soulmate, yes, as silly as that seems.
The one I’d spend my life with until we grew old and grey,
Our love would be forever, always, never giving way.

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5 Responses to Wicked Wednesday: Dating Profile

  1. You never cease to amaze how a topic turns into a fantastic poem

  2. I love that you made a poem, I find writing poetry so difficult. This is ace.

  3. Oh this is wonderfully clever . . . LOVE it !!!

    Xxx – K

  4. You are SO good in turning any prompt into a poem. I love this!

    Rebel xox

  5. So simply and wonderfully written. I especially love the idea of finding your soulmate, especially on a dating site. That seems so rare and I wish it happened for people more often.