Tuesday, February 19, 2013
"Duties of a Lady Female" by Sheri Martinelli, performed by Natasha Landridge
The painter Sheri Martinelli was an acolyte and possibly the mistress of the poet Ezra Pound, when he was imprisoned in St. Elizabeth's mental hospital after World War II for his fascist, anti-American radio broadcasts from Rome during the war.
"Duties of a Lady Female" was written by Martinelli in the 1950's, allegedly to turn Pound on.
A performed named Natasha Landridge has done a sexy video, reciting the poem with a come-hither look and props. It is very good.
Watch Landridge's YouTube video.