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Poetic Musings: Mimi Wolske-“Words From Your Face”

WORDS FROM YOUR FACE

Mimi Wolske, copy right May 2011, all rights reserved

 

Mimi Wolske, Main Street Magazine

Words—fresh and new,

Tossed in the air,

Scattered, askew,

Offered with flair

 

Words—fell on ears,

Accepted as truth,

Not heard in years,

Maybe since youth

 

Words—earnestly

Uttered, avowed,

But you bandy

Them and becloud

 

Words—in my mind,

Duplicated,

They are designed,

But ill-fated

 

Words—shared with me,

But shared before,

Now seen bleakly,

None I adore

 

Words—paper thin,

Without meaning,

Knowing they’ve been

Double-dealing

 

Words—unspoken

Do more damage

Than the token

That you manage

 

Words—has she guessed,

Is that why you

Haven’t confessed,

Why you eschew

 

Words—when did it

Become okay

Not to admit

That you sashay

 

Words—between us,

Playing us both

With your baseness,

Without an oath

 

Words—me she knows,

Can two surmise

I’ve seen photos,

Of her I’m wise

 

Words—does Brenda

Know, (does she care)

Your agenda,

Of our affair

 

Words—said today

Forgotten on

The ‘morrow, hey

It’s a new dawn

 

Words—not so new,

Tossed in the clear,

Scattered, askew,

They’re insincere

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Mimi Wolske (born February 13, 1965), also known as Mona Arizona, romance and erotic romance author and artist, was first published in a Midwest newspaper while she was in the fourth grade. Her first erotic poem, Again, written her Junior year at Arizona State University, won her international acclaim and was produced as a video in 2010. Her current work in progress, an erotic take-off of the fairy tale Snow-white and Rose-red for the anthology Once Upon an Orgasm, will be published in October, 2011 by Rebel Ink Press.

Her other career as an artist took off when her paintings “Chaos”, “Order from Chaos”, and “Satiated” toured galleries and art museums in the United States and various countries in Europe her Senior year at Arizona State University. She is currently working on a commissioned portrait of author Jeffrey Friedberg.

Mimi Wolske (also a pseudonym) earned degrees as a double major in the colleges of Fine Arts and English at Arizona State University where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and was graduated with honors. Other recent honors and awards: White House Fellow nominee, National Achievement Award for HW Proposal, International Privacy Security Award, American Entrepreneur Award, Listed in Stanford’s Black Book of Who’s Who.

“I’m really just your normal, down home, girl next door type with a wicked sense of humor.”