Nadalia Bagratuni

Rookie (12/25/1975 / Armenia)

Does Size Really Matter?

Poem by Nadalia Bagratuni

Does size really matter,
This is so true,
Some people like them 6 inches long,
Other's like them 12 incles long,
To me, it is not the size of it that counts,
It is the size of the bun you put it in!

Just think,
They are juicy and succulent,
You gently roll your tongue on the tip,
And all the extras squirt out.

Never bite it,
Treat it with diginity,
After all aren't men all created equal.

Can we help it they all don't look alike.
Some are think,
Others are thick,
Some are so big, fat and round,
Some you can't even get your mouth around them.

Are these the best,
Should you try any others,
If you ever had one,
Would you want another?

What makes us came back,
Time and time again,
Just to wrap our mouths around and grin.

We all know what comes next,
All the fixings fall out over our nice clean blue dress.

Maybe if we are lucky,
We can be served in the White House.
Can you imagine the delight we will give,

Remember, you could put it in your mouth naked,
But the best way to do it stick it deeply inside a bun,
Pile on it the extras and have some fun.

Don't get caught with one in your hands,
You may find a much better place to make a mends!

Does size really matter,
I tell you it does!

When it comes to this,
Soem only wish for what it get!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 6, 2005