Jon Edward Walker

Rookie (6-26-1980 / othello)

Ex's - Poem by Jon Edward Walker

I miss sometimes my ex’s
each of them for different reasons
Amy cause she had a crazy squint in her eye
and liked ass sex
I told her once I couldn’t stand being around her sober
every time after that I’d see her,
she’d have a bottle.
She used to pretend to faint at parties
to get my attention
sometimes I thought that was cute

Gia because of the head she gave
no one could ever touch her there
and she cooked and cleaned well,
made the house a nice home.
She painted ivy vines in the corners
of all the walls in the front room
and little sponge ocean type devices
on the bathroom walls
she liked to pretend she was being raped though
I wasn’t too much into that
she used to find me at friends houses or bars
and kick me in the nuts call me names
and leave
sometimes I thought that was cute

Casey because she was funny and tough
like a man
you could pick on her and she’d pick right back
she could deep throat like none other
but rarely did it.
her body was the best,
firm long legs a great ass
and tits that should be framed
long blonde hair and a model’s
skinny neck
her blue eyes sometimes nodded out or looked
in random directions while you were talking to her.
she loved to drink
but couldn’t hold her liquor
four drinks and she was gone.
If she found out I’d been doing coke
she’d push me back into a corner
with shouts and slaps
but only if she was drunk
she’d tell me she loved me
only drunk too
sometimes I thought that was cute.

Comments about Ex's by Jon Edward Walker

  • (12/5/2005 5:37:00 PM)

    Now this the sort of honesty in a man, I cannot help but admire! lol 10 for making me laugh out loud. Tai (Report) Reply

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  • (12/5/2005 1:45:00 PM)

    a nice momentum and pace to this and of course your unique little touches with the startling details slipped inbetween lines (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 11, 2006

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