Ramona Thompson

I Gave You Bf, Bj, A Bj - Poem by Ramona Thompson

Just thought you should know
Honey for the last 5 years you've been dating a man-ho
A loser addicted to two things
Other men and hot gay sex
Behind closed doors
One on one
In secret with me
He's been carrying on for the longest time
Carefully concealing and using you
As the perfect gay man's beard

Scorned me
When we had lover's spat last night
Now I'm gonna get him back
In the best and worse way I know how
By revealing all to you
His unsupecting little idiot of a girlfriend
Just a means to an end
That's all you ever were or have been to him
Don't begin to think even for a minute that it was ever anymore then that
Seems now that he's been playing us both, my dear

Only moved in with
Only pretended to fall so madly in love with you
For one reason and one reason only
To save his oh so precious career
Coming out and admitting who he truely is would have surely spelled the end for him
And so he took the easy way out
He arranged an accidental meeting between the two of you
Acted (and I do stress that word) attracted, ask you out and took it from there
Had you falling for it hook, line and sinker
Up until now that is

So tell me
How do you wanna handle this?
Do you wanna confront him together or on your own alone?
Do you wanna keep it private?
Just between the three of us
Or would you me to take it public?
Maybe even put it on my blog?
How about a little revenge sex?
Just you and me?
What do you say?
I mean, come on

It's not like you have't done a gay guy before, right?

2009 Ramona Thompson

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 23, 2009

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