Mark R Slaughter


Her Desire for 40G


Now back when I was 28,
I met and loved a 38 –
DD!

Hmm…I never really saw her eyes…
Perhaps I never needed to –
‘Twas all about her size.

Come on, be honest,
You really show surprise?

Oh yes, the storyline:

One sunny day she said to me,
‘I need to make you happy, see,
By undergoing surgery
So you can have my guarantee
That when you see my 40G,
You’ll hit new heights of ecstasy! ’

‘Phew! ’ I drew a breath.

‘Well thank you dear, you’re very kind,
But won’t you risk me going blind?
If one of those should catch my eye,
I’m sure to wave them both goodbye;

And after all, you’re rather tall –
With extra weight you’ll likely fall;
Forwards, I should clarify.
Hmm…we’re back again to my poor eye.’

‘It’s all about your precious sight! ’
She screamed at me with all her might,
‘I only want to make you proud
And me to stand out in the crowd.’

‘You do already stand right out!
Any more, then there’s no doubt
You might as well just poke me blind,
So in the streets I’ll tag behind,

Unaware of all the fuss,
Especially when on the bus –
Assuming you could squeeze on board…
Hmm…at least I know I’ll be ignored…

Okay – go get them done.’



Copyright © Mark R Slaughter 2009










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Submitted: Sunday, March 29, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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  • Rookie - 222 Points Marie Shine (3/31/2009 11:16:00 AM)

    A wonderful, funny, witty poem Mark.
    Very well written and a MOST enjoyable read.
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  • Rookie Ian Bowen (3/29/2009 6:00:00 AM)

    Mark, enjoyed your version of 'twin peaks'. Very enjoyable comedy piece.10/10
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