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“What He Said,” by B.H. Fairchild

December 10, 2010

This one would walk on its tongue from here to Amarillo just to wash her dishes.

“What He Said” is in B.H. Fairchild’s collection of poems, Usher (W.W. Norton, 2009).

Bonus:  Here’s another another poem of Fairchild’s that I read here a few months ago.

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  1. December 10, 2010 3:40 pm

    That was funny and true!

    I don’t know much about Brigitte Bardot, but I always think of the Pretenders’ song, Message of Love, when I hear her name.

    “Now the reason we’re here
    As man and woman
    Is to love each other
    Take care of each other
    When love walks in the room
    Everybody stand up
    Oh it’s good, good, good
    Like Brigitte Bardot”

    “Walk on his tongue..!” Hilarious, but Yow! That’s a visualizer’s nightmare! 😉

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