Treasure Island

Wilfred Mellers

(March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

I STUTTER


I Stutter

Written by: Wilfred Mellers 3 September 2010 @ 2: 48 PM



I gasping for air the words I cannot utter

Smooth as silk and creamy as whipped butter

Wow! “I ST, STU, STUT, STUTTER! ”

My mind goes straight to the gutter



Good lord help me now

Goodness gracious freak N’ wow!

For you I would gladly bow

Your fertile field I so want to plow



You made me raised more than an eyebrow

I could show you skills and the know-how

If only you would allow

Any time of day you are my chow



Bang, boom, and bowwow

Let’s sit down to a powwow

For you I will kowtow

To hearing the kitty purr and meow



Nights to remember I vow

Never I the highbrow

Rendezvous with you in a landau

Romantic interludes in Moscow



Zen master inspired by the Tao

Pick the cherry and spank the cow

What I will do can land me in the hoosegow

You are the main course at the Luau

Submitted: Friday, September 03, 2010

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