Dennis Walker


New At A Nudist Beach - Poem by Dennis Walker

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I went to a nudist beach the other day
The things I could see I should not say
The wonderful bodies all bronzed and gold
Beautiful people both young and old
What a feeling to be unbound and free
As a man at first it frightened me
Laying on my front is all I could do
With a red back and bottom that is so true
A part of a male’s body has a mind of its own
When men are new it soon would be shown
So if you are on the beach and see holes in the sand
The man who got up made it but not with his hand


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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 9, 2011


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