Cool like Katherine Hepburn or Miles Davis. Swanky yet classy, think Franky.

Once told she wears her clothes tight enough to show she’s a women and loose enough to state that she’s a lady.

Steinway in Black. Les Paul in Gold Top.

JazzMaster in Tobacco Burst.

Swings like Bassie or Pass.

Waltzes like Chopin, stomps like Pine Top Perkins.

Refined, understated, but hard to turn away from, knowing underneath is a roiling, boiling passion, only to be exposed when proper. Yearning, yet causing no embarrassment to onlookers, just a pleasant diversion for the afternoon.

Crepes compared to pancakes.

But never haughty, ever humble, now that is what is to be Elegant


One Response to “Elegant”

  1. Barbara Fisher Says:

    Great response!

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