First Time Needs No Love - Poem by Katherine Coolage
Now, this won't hurt a bit.
First time, you panic.
It's okay, everyone does.
Slowly, carefully, with extreme precision.
Bit of blood, yelp of pain.
There, now that's over and done with.
Got it over easy.
Good for you.
It's the beginning that's the trick.
But he needs to make the first time perfect; simple, see.
The base off of which to begin exploring.
She's gone and lost it.
Popped the cherry.
Broken the barrier.
She's had SEX!
And, funny thing, nobody even asked me if I loved him.
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