mandy faye

Rookie (10/24/1987 / CALIFORNIA)

A NAUGHTY POEM


A Naughty Little Poem
She whispered 'will it hurt me? '
'Of course not' answered he
'It's a very simple process,
You can rely on me.'

She said 'I'm very frightened,
I've not had this before.
My friend has had it five times
And said it can be sore.'

It was growing rather painful
Tears formed in her eyes
It was hurting quite a bit now
It must have been a size.

'Calm yourself' he whispered
'His face filled with a grin
'Try and open wider
So I can get it in.'

'It's coming now' he whispered
'I know' she cried in bliss
Feeling it deep within her now
She said 'I am glad I'm having this.'

And with a final effort
She gave a frightened shout
He gripped it in anguish
And quickly pulled it out.

She lay back quite contended
Sighed and gave a smile
She said 'I'm glad I came now
You made it worth my while.'

Now if you read this carefully
The dentist you will find
Is not what you imagined
It's just your dirty mind! !

Submitted: Sunday, March 19, 2006

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