This bit of poetry came to mind while thinking about life and its complexities. So many times we see things one way when they’re intended another. That’s the beauty of poetry — there is often more than one way to interpret a poem.
However … in the case of this poem, the meaning should become clear by the time you’ve finished reading it.
She Wiggled Her Hips
She wiggled her hips as she walked on by,
A sparkling gleam twinkled in her eye.
He pulled her in to him — held her quite tight.
Stroked her so gently, then whispered, “Good night.”
She gave him a look that was tender and sweet,
Then, climbed in his lap — she gave off such heat!
“It’s true that I love you,” he said. “You’re so fine.
But, you can’t sleep in bed with me, doggy of mine.”
Source: Author’s imagination
More poetry and poems from this author:
Baseball Poetry: A Humorous, Rhyming Poem About Baseball
Tongue-in-cheek Poem About the Brain
Poetry: A Funny Poem About New Year’s Goals