ANATOMY OF THE GOLDEN CALF


From coxal curve to plantar boast
(while inguinal base keeps engrossed)
of sural splendor worth a toast;
the best shinbacks that draw eyes most.

This crural syzygy holds pride;
curvaceous legs no cloth must hide.
From intercrural hirsute plied,
to malleolus glorified.

And from callipygous fine trim
descend the femoral anchors slim,
onto that tibial nature's whim
with tarsal screams of 'lovely limb!'.

Symmetrical, the thighs swing down
from compact nates as their crown.
Observe the quaint popliteal frown
set at the rashness of a gown.

The shank displays the Golden Calf
that heats up any photograph.
Proud owner will in secret laugh
at constant stares and lupine chaff.

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