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Please Seduce Her [3 WORD POEM] (1 Viewer)


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After the talented Firemajic created The Art of Seduction, she prompted an idea.

Hummmm... I would love to read a poem about seduction, from a MALE POV... How would he seduce....

And out came the inspiration behind this word game:

It would probably be a three-word poem :)

The rules? Oh, they're very simple. Other than Da Rules, here's the main rule:

:friendly_wink::deadhorse:pick those 3 words verrrrry carefully....

And for gender equality, ladies .. you may participate!
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Well, from my usual POV it wouldn't be seducing a her, it'd be a him, writing from a late teens POV. So here goes.

Nice kicks, dude...


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Question: How are hyphenated words counted? As one or two?

[A word is a word. A hyphenated word is one word with a hyphen to separate a compounding pair of words. Therefore, it should be fair to use and count each hyphenated word as a word.]

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Something I wrote for fun as a bloke joke ends up becoming a thread? :)
Firemajic's comments have also prompted me to try a seduction poem with alliteration in the Purple PIP challenge (only partially written as yet) - though more than three words.

Anyway, I will give this a try with:


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