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Author Topic: Little Katie, Outcall to location in Bristol  (Read 768 times)

As I don't have much time I will be brief and use the powerful Haiku poem to do so.

Temptress Katie
Leading me astray all night
Lots of naughty fun.

LK has loads of reviews. She is a wonderful girl.

If you can book her treat her well and enjoy.

As I don't have much time I will be brief and use the powerful Haiku poem to do so.

Temptress Katie
Leading me astray all night
Lots of naughty fun.

LK has loads of reviews. She is a wonderful girl.

If you can book her treat her well and enjoy.

A review of Katie in the form of a poem is a first lol short but too the point! What next a mime  :D

Offline Admin

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Way too short and lacking in detail to be a proper review, so it's been moved away from the review section to here.
This is not AdultWork. Reviews need to be of higher standard.

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Way too short and lacking in detail to be a proper review, so it's been moved away from the review section to here.
This is not AdultWork. Reviews need to be of higher standard.

+1 - The OP is being a little too lazy I think. Info needed,

Where you saw her?
How long and how much paid?
What did you do iro any sexual activities?
How was she dressed?
Was her attitude and manner in the session good and WOW Excellent?
Was it a Positive and would you go back?

It only needs to be a few lines -


Offline Bongo23

(maybe move to East Asian Poetry thread??) 

Gentlemen.   Whilst I realise that this is not the most appropriate forum for literary critique or nit-picking over the finer points of Shinto lyricism, as a haiku enthusiast and purist,  I must point out that this beautiful and ancient Japanese form of three line verse traditionally requires:

Seventeen syllables in total.
5 in the first line.
7 in the second.
5 in the third.

Rhymes are to be avoided.   The final word, or words, should elicit a sense of poignancy. 

I hereby offer:

Cute Little Katie, 
Sex maniac!  Disgraceful !
Long queue now.   Alas. 


(maybe move to East Asian Poetry thread??) 

Gentlemen.   Whilst I realise that this is not the most appropriate forum for literary critique or nit-picking over the finer points of Shinto lyricism, as a haiku enthusiast and purist,  I must point out that this beautiful and ancient Japanese form of three line verse traditionally requires:

Seventeen syllables in total.
5 in the first line.
7 in the second.
5 in the third.

Rhymes are to be avoided.   The final word, or words, should elicit a sense of poignancy. 

I hereby offer:

Cute Little Katie, 
Sex maniac!  Disgraceful !
Long queue now.   Alas.

Thanks the contribution. Alas I missed the poignancy (and a syllable in the first line).




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