A Sexy Poem from “The Rogue from Rome” on #WorldPastaDay
The way to a rogue’s heart is through his…
Well, not exactly. At least for this handsome, dashing Rogue from Rome.
Find out how a pretty signorina catches his eye on World Pasta Day!
(my poem as written on the graphic)
The ROGUE from ROME
There once was a rogue from Rome
Who wandered far from home
A pretty wife to find
To make pasta divine
Such was his desire
To light his fire
But the girl who caught his eye
Couldn’t cook or bake or fry
What she could do I don’t have to tell you
Needless to say They went out for pasta every day
And made passionate love all through the night
Our virile rogue al dente when out went the light . . .
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She wore gray.
He wore blue.
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Posted on October 25, 2016, in Amazon, art, food, holidays, hottie, hunk, kindle scout, naughty, pasta, poem, romance, sexy, Uncategorized, video, Vimeo, writer, Writing and tagged Amazon, dare, Italy, Kindle Press, kindle scout, magic, Monterra, pasta, rogue, Roma, romance, Rome, royal, sexy. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.