Maddy Jones

Rookie - 6 Points (March 2nd,1988 / Kennewick, Wa)

Little Whore


The little whore,
Who walks the streets,
She works her charms,
It can't be beat,

The face, the hair,
The skimpy threads,
She tempts the men,
And turn their heads,

I warn you, men,
Beware of this whore,
She's not what she seems,
There is much more,

For under the bra,
That's under the dress,
Replaced with socks,
Is nothingness,

In the panties,
It makes me sick,
Stuffed inside is,
What word to pick..?

Don't let her take you,
The way she took me,
For the straight man I am,
A gay man is she.

Submitted: Monday, July 24, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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Comments about this poem (Little Whore by Maddy Jones )

  • Rookie Preeti - is here! (7/24/2006 3:11:00 AM)

    Hahaha...good work there.
    btw i checked your webbie..your drawings are awesome man! but your doggy is a lil' wird, i haven't seen that breed b4: (

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  • Rookie David Darbyshire (7/24/2006 2:37:00 AM)

    Well maddy funny poem, do they call you 'Mad-Dog' as well hiihiii Love dave xxx (Report) Reply

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