Jay Lude

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Good Old Dad - Poem by Jay Lude

I asked my dad a question
Laughter grew across his face
You want to know about sex he said
You’ve come to the right place

It always takes two people
To get the tough job done
But when you have finished
You sure have had some fun

You’ll take her to your room
You’ll look into her eyes
You will start your destination
To make her scream and cry

You’ll know when you’re ready
She’ll do what you please
And don’t be afraid son
If she gets down on her knees

Your hands might start shaking
Beating will be your heart
But whatever you do son
For God sakes don’t you fart

Just wait till you’re older
And experience an erection
But as for right now
Always use protection

And after your first time
You might be a little soar
That’s all you need to know for now
When you’re older I’ll tell more

Thanks a lot dad
Can’t wait till what comes next
But how do I fit all that in
The box under your sex

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 10, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, July 12, 2010

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