Just Me Reuter

Rookie (Sidney, New York)

It Doesn'T Really Matter - Poem by Just Me Reuter

Don’t ask me my name
For it doesn’t really matter
I’m here for your pride
Strong and bold
Caress your self-importance
You’ll feel young instead of old

Don’t ask me how I feel
For it doesn’t really matter
I’m here for your entertainment
Take and play
Indulge in your fantasies
You’ll be happy so they say

Don’t ask to love me
For it doesn’t really matter
I’m here for your pleasure
Passion and pain
Eat and drink to your hearts content
You’ll be sated again and again

Don’t ask me why
For it doesn’t really matter…does it?


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 9, 2011


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