Lawrence S. Pertillar (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)
Downloaded On My Cellphone
My grandmother told me about,
That 'adult' movie you made...
Over 40 years ago.
And she said,
Everytime she saw it,
She prayed for your lost soul.
I've got it.
'You've got it?
You've got it...
Downloaded on my cellphone.
But I still don't understand,
What the fuss made was all about.
'Perhaps I offended those self righteous,
Back in those days.'
It's funny to me.
It's the best comedy I've seen in years.
'That's what I thought.
With a little sex involved.'
There was sex in it?
I didn't even notice it.
I'll have to look at it again.
'What about your grandmother? '
Since my grandfather died,
She's been dating this college dude.
And his rear end is in clear view.
She says she finds that attractive.
She says she finds that...
I heard you.'
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