Kristin Nicole RothDavis

Rookie (August 28,1976 / Southern Oklahoma... )

An Unfortunate Fairy - Poem by Kristin Nicole RothDavis

While lying on her memory foam padded bed,
she couldn't resist the tempting thoughts in her head.
At the turn of her head lied nude her dearest love,
rolling her eyes she sighs and giving him a shove.

The snoring was horrendously loud and scary,
wide awake, she dreamt of a sweet romance fairy.
Divine mental images tweaked her libido,
she even wore an invincible tuxedo.

This fairy wasn't at all what she had hoped for,
he was scrawny, short and hoped for a lovely score.
Yes, he was the sweetest amongst all dreamed fairies,
a task for him to complete, he gave her berries.

His plan evolved poorly, for she became taller,
for his darling to hear him, he'd have to holler.
Disgusted she was, stretched out on his lovely shroom,
sadly, she learned the hard way, to never assume.

Dreaming of her fairy and his tiny goober,
she teases his ego, giving him a boober.
Her love wakes up to a titty-slap in the face,
instantly aroused he finds the warming wet place.

She woke up with a smile, thrusting forward,
giving each something grand to excel toward.

Comments about An Unfortunate Fairy by Kristin Nicole RothDavis

  • (11/14/2007 9:22:00 PM)

    This is a silly, quirky, gently erotic piece that reminds me in structure of Doc Wilde's poetry. I love the way you have given free rein to your amazing creative mind and allowed the poem to flow freely and fantasmagorically. Great piece. love, Allie xxxx (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011

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