Barry Conway


Freda - Poem by Barry Conway

FREDA


SHE WAS A FUNNY GIRL,
NOT FUNNY HA! HA!
BUT FUNNY PERCULIAR!
THE WAY SHE WALKED,
SEEMED SOMEWHAT FAMILIAR!

SHE WORE ODD SOCKS,
WORE ODD FROCKS,
KEPT ODD CLOCKS!
HAD TAKEN HARD KNOCKS!

HER NAME WAS FRED!
YES!
THAT'S WHAT I SAID!
FRED,
SHE'S BEEN IN MY BED!
AND IF THE TRUTH BE KNOWN,
IF IT EVER BE SAID.
SHE'S A MAN!
YES,
THAT'S WHAT I SAID!
SHE'S A MAN,
NOT A WOMAN!
YES,
THAT'S WHAT I SAID!
SHE'S A MAN,
AND SHE'S BEEN IN MY BED! ! !

Topic(s) of this poem: sex, transexuals


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THE STORY IS FICTIONAL

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 12, 2018



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