Monday, February 9, 2015

Waves Of The Satin Sea to Fifty Shades of Grey Elevator Scene 

A love packed verse to take our imagination away 

A love packed maiden whose imagination laughs carry away 

Waves Of The Satin Sea (sonnet) 

Softly she calls me to her satin sea
And just for a time leave this world behind
To share adventure there with her we’ll find
She stretch out her hand and sighed follow me
And wave after wave awaited me there
An ocean so vast I couldn’t conceive
Whose motions caused tides I’d barely believe
What was our heading I wasn’t aware
Then billowing torrents began to stream
We must now press on we cannot turn back
And search for the last bit of strength we lack
Till all of this is silenced by a scream
As darkness on the starry eyed descend
This satin sea adventure comes to end

To further toy with our imagination: The Moody Blues "Nights in White Satin" 

Then there's 

It is believed by some that women who read romance novels have sex twice as often as those who don't. True or not this (and "Fifty Shades of Grey") might explain Vanessa Bayer's conduct in this video. For those who don't know, Vanessa Bayer is an actress and comedian best known as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Miss Bayer tries to reenact the infamous elevator scene from the hot (in more ways than 1) novel, or she is reading too many romance novels. I don't think she will be getting that free Audi, like Anastasia. 
Why? "Vanessa Bayer’s Fifty Shades of Grey Elevator Scene" 
(Christian Grey gives Anastasia an Audi as a gift. So the actual Audi company released various product placements for itself and the upcoming movie release, banking on the popularity.) 

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