15 comments on “Stripped

  1. This is a little bit cute Ben πŸ’œπŸ‘

  2. Lia says:

    Are you Ben or Benjamin? I love your poems. :)) And I adore frogs… but toads even more. They’re a bit more dry and cuddly to hold. 😘🐸😜

    • bejamin4 says:

      Are they? Well, I can be either. But I guess I should’ve been a toad.

      • Lia says:

        Hello, Cassa Bassa. Not sure how to respond to that… am I judged by you to be the naughty little outlier of your poem’s title? Or is this you telling the world that you kissed a slimy girl-frog and you liked it? Feels like it aims to hurt a bit for some reason… I was actually serious about the toads. We have them where we live here and sometimes they need to be moved off the roads. Either way, if you are defending Benjamin or Ben (although I don’t know against what) then good on you and carry on, sister, I stand properly or improperly offended, and wishing you well, adieu, and thanks for your goads. Easy to judge and harder to know.

      • Cassa Bassa says:

        Hi Lia, when I read your comment about the toad, I thought what is the difference. And I thought of the tale kissing a frog turn into prince. Then the song I Kissed A Girl stuck in my head. So I wrote a fund poem by lyrics remake. That was all to it. In a nutshell, reading the comment inspired me to create a fun poem. πŸ’š peace!

      • Lia says:

        Aw cool. And sweet! πŸ˜ƒ Thanks, and it’s a pleasure to thus meet. πŸ’›πŸ‘―β€β™‚οΈπŸ’ž (p.s. this comment may appear twice; for my first attempt seemed to instantaneously delete. :))

  3. uzzawal1911 says:

    Nice one man, your approach to poetry is both fun and deep, keep it up πŸ™Œ

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