Milos Jovanka


Billie Wants A Gangbang Poem by Milos Jovanka


He walks the seedy dark streets of Friscos
Lower ends
Moving nonchalantly into private
Apartment rooms
It makes a change from Nebraska barns
With the closet jacket jock
And he won't get run out of town
By a redneck dipshit mob


Bobbies into Gangbanging
With leather musclemen
They seed him inside every hole
With warmly scrumptious semen

19 years and still a twink he's
Done every dirty deed
Glory holes in bathrooms stalls
With surrogate daddies
He's well versed in the lexicon
Of adults pleasure toys
And now he wants his HIV
From the club of boys

Do him again and again
Do him again and again

Bobbies into Gangbanging
With leather musclemen
They seed him inside every hole
With warmly scrumptious semen



Gangbanging
YAH YAH YAH -HIV
Gangbanging
YAH YAH YAH -HIV
Gangbanging
Yah YAH YAH -HIV

Submitted: Monday, January 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
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To love a man is to know inner peace, and we drip in it

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