Terry Collett

Gold Star - 23,291 Points (13/12/1947 / LONDON)

Cedric's Sister - Poem by Terry Collett

My sister likes you
Cedric said
and as he said it
he blushed

and well Christina
wasn’t a bad looker
from what you saw of her
in the recreation grounds

at school
and once

you’d gone up to her
when she was sitting
with her school friends
in the summer

on the playing fields
and you saw
how she sat
with a small glimpse

of thigh revealed
and dark hair
and brown eyes
like chocolate drops in snow

and you said
you’ve got fine eyes
(you didn’t mention
her thighs)

and she giggled
with her friends
and you thought
how she’d like to go

with you into
the tall grass
but never said it aloud
and so you said to Cedric

what’d she say?
And he said
looking down
at his black shoes

that she liked you
and wanted to know
if you’d meet her up
on the playing field

at lunch recess
near the tall grass?
And you imagined her
there on her ass

looking up at blue skies
with her chocolate eyes
uttering sexy sighs
and bringing you in close

Sure you said
and watched
as Cedric wandered off
like some messenger

of old having brought
his message of battle
and walked away wearied
having told.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 23, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, December 23, 2011

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