Innuendos - Poem by samuel nze
He was talking with two mouths
trying to fool me; now this
and now that - innuendos.
I fear him when he is like this,
talking with two mouths
saying this and meaning that;
now this and now that - innuendos.
Will he ever stop fooling me with now this and now that;
will he give me respite from these innuendos?
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