Ramona Thompson

I Had Sex In The White House - Poem by Ramona Thompson

My boyfriend has a real neat job
Works as a guard
In a big white house
Guarding all of America's top secrets
Always been a kinky, bad to the bone kinda girl
So one night I called him up
With an idea
To fulfill one of my most naughty fantasies
To make a long story short
One thing led to another
And that ladies and gentlemen is how.....
I had sex in the White House

Groaning and moaning
Down the halls and past portraits of presidents long past
We went
Ravenous in our mutal desire
Tearing off clothes right and left
Than at last
There we were
Naked and all alone
Doing it doggystyle
In the Lincoln bedroom
While the president's ghost watched all hot and bothered
I had sex in the White House

So loud
Hope no one heard us
But oh what a night
Such a delight
In his arms
In the throes of passion
Giving into our most forbidden dreams coming true
Now we just wanna share our sexy secret with you
All true and all nude
Loved each and every minute of it
Can you believe it?
I really had sex just last week in the White House

Did it
Did't get caught
Can't wait
To do it again
And maybe this time if my lover agrees
We can bring one of you along
Make it a threesome to be enjoyed by one and all
Just don't tell anyone
And maybe later on
We can all get it on
So that you too can brag to all your jealous friends....

I had sex in the White House!

2009 Ramona Thompson

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 20, 2009

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