Fairytales - Poem by Herbert Nehrlich
My love, I hold your sweaty hand
as us unites eternal band.
Same sex like lovely Elton John
I say let's bring the puzzle on.
I've never been afraid of chaff
and would forever hold your staff.
I have retired at the coast
with dogs and get from life the most.
Would people, just like you and he
leave me alone, to be just me?
They say that God does not approve
that homo's just don't fit the groove.
But tell me why they would allow
that I'm unmoved by any Frau.
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