Elizabeth Taylor by Frank Worth, 1956 "Giant"
Don’t get irritated by the sound of disclosed door,
allow the bliss,
invite the triggers/signals to ignite an appetite,
even wear sunglasses to provoke a sun,
imagine flamboyant jumbled garden
with flowers and veggies,
‘cause this is a point -
re-tire the car,
lust lasts until a lasso twirling!
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