Sunday, March 21, 2010

My demands

I am your star
but my wants are few –
give me yourself,
and you and you.

– Leonard “Dickinson” Blumfeld (© 2010)

Written for Sunday Scribblings. The task was to think of demands one would have as a mega ridiculous superstar on tour. While I’ve definitely missed the subject here, I like this somewhat Emily Dickinsonian ditty in all its simplicity, if I may say so myself.


gautami tripathy said...

I like it very much.

as a dirge it sucks!

Aayushi Mehta said...

Loved this totally!

However, If these are your demands, you most definitely can't be a superstar! ;)

Carina said...

Excellent! They are really demanding the identities of those who serve them. Great thought!

keiths ramblings said...

This is simply great! I too went off at a tangent.

Thomma Lyn said...

I like this, and the repetition of "you" at the end.

Lilibeth said...

What a great idea. A simple yet beautiful love poem that turns the meaning of demand into desire.

Stan Ski said...

She must be 'Three Times a Lady'.

Dee Martin said...

sometimes demanding a person's all is pretty demanding too :)