Treasure Island

Leaking Pen

(Wellington, New Zealand)

Johnny Bedroom


Bedroom oversized equipment
Size does matter: superficial eyes flatter
Nature endowed with a lot extra
Summer beach outline very visible
Envious glances from passing anglers,
Men envious from their shortcomings
A knock on the door, soon under the camera
Johnny Bedroom performs with stamina
Molds are made from his caster
Plural tantrum about the new master
Sets the bar higher in Cinematica Erotica
Johnny Bedroom has no equal to his craft
Mechanics: in and out:
His life under the spot light!
One lonesome bed,
Johnny is dead!
From his own tread
The coroner rules on Johnny's Med:
'Probable cause booze and drugs
cirrhosis of the Liver
imploded from internal pain! '


February 19,2013
Copyright Leaking Pen 2013

Submitted: Saturday, March 02, 2013

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