Sandra Dodd

Rookie (April 17,1967 / Los Angeles, CA)

Just Blowing Off Message Steam Read For A Laugh - Poem by Sandra Dodd

Posted hot poems
of marital pleasure,
really loved admiring
my loves deeds
with words
Honestly, kinda liking
that a girl
who has had
only one man
can make men
quiver with her pen

“Hey sexy “
he messaged me
on the writers web site

Strange I thought.
“Married, sorry.
Just read the poems”
I sent to him

“lucky him,
maybe he shares”
he got back to me

Fresh,
for just a boy
with no poetry.
What does he think
on the internet
I can make for him
a poem come true?

“Get a brain.
I am like your mothers age.
Poetry is not
autobiographical.
Nasty is in my brain,
hot is my body still,
but faithful is my spirit.
Go away
OR
maybe actually
post a poem! ”

“f+++ you ho “
he sent me
misspelled.

No he did not!

That did it!
On behalf of all
hot brains,
bodies
Maybe with a man
to warm them
women with some prose
I gave it to him
CAUSE HE ASKED FOR IT:

“IF I did
you would not
be able to
speak
keyboard
stand up,
little boy.
You would wonder
if your brain
was eaten
by Shanna the She Devil.
You do still
read the comics?
You would have
to beg me
for a map
to end of the bed
help
putting on your pants.
You would need
to call your mother
for a ride.
Wouldnt be able to ride
that bike
on which you arrived.
You are a boy,
get back to me in 20 years.
Maybe you'll be ready then! ”

And I never heard from him again.
Guess he wasn’t old enough
to understand the last bit!


Comments about Just Blowing Off Message Steam Read For A Laugh by Sandra Dodd

  • (2/4/2010 6:27:00 PM)


    I suspect your young fellow continued that conversation, perhaps alone, in the privacy of his bedroom! Having once been a young boy, this is simply an assumption. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 4, 2010


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