Excuse Me I Love You She Said


Excuse Me I Love You She Said


Excuse me, I love you she said

but pray treat me gentle ..


I may not be fragile or precious

in the classical sense ..


Yet I can be awfully dangerous

when frightened, abused or provoked ..

  • Author: Neville (Offline Offline)
  • Published: October 5th, 2022 10:38
  • Category: Unclassified
  • Views: 61


  • Fay Slimm.

    What an alluring title mon ami - -- the lady was playing wisely with issues of future behaviour. and gentle or dangerous she knew the ropes before love moved in. Some readers will relate to these words - including me if I might say...........x

    • Neville

      Good evening Fay, thanking you is a habit I hope I may neva grow out of ......... x

    • Bella Shepard

      She sounds a woman of good sense, as well as beguiling. Best to lay the ground works up front, no surprises? But then a surprise here and there lends a little spice. So playfully and temptingly written my friend!

      • Neville

        Thank you Bella, that'll do nicely my friend ... in fact, it'll do very nicely indeed 🙂

      • MendedFences27

        Look out mate, if provocation puts you in "dangerous" territory. Could be a rocky road ahead.
        "Excuse me, I love you," had me thinking this was to a whimsical love poem, but that thought ended with her declaration of self-reliance. - Phil A.

        • Neville

          Sound advice Phil & thank you again kind sir .. Neville

        • crypticbard

          Fairer and gentler but equally able and capable. A little respect and prudence goes a long long way! At least the signal was there and the disclaimer. What more is needed to arrive at a suitable consensus?

          • Neville

            absolutely cb .. spot on sir ............. N 🙂

          • Doggerel Dave

            Can I drag that last stanza completely out of context and make it mine, Nev?

            • Neville

              absolutely DD consider it yours sir 🙂

            • orchidee

              Yep, reckon I'll meet her, but not get on the wrong side of her! lol.

              • Neville

                Correct answer and a wise choice Mr O 🙂

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