Terry Collett

Gold Star - 22,113 Points (13/12/1947 / LONDON)

Mrs Oldham On The Slow Train And Before. - Poem by Terry Collett

Mrs Oldham
on the slow train
to the castle
held your hand

between her thigh
and yours
beneath her coat
although it was summer

and the day was hot
in case some one saw her
and told her husband
hey I saw your old lady

with some young guy
holding hands
but no one did
and as you walked

around the castle later
listening to the guide
looking at pictures
and furniture

and suits of armour
you couldn't get out
of your mind
the picture of her

taking you home
while her husband
was working
and her dog barking

and her saying
shut up Napoleon
he's here as a guest
and taking your jacket

and sitting you down
on the sofa
and offering you drinks
and talking of babies

and how her husband
didn't want them
and all he wanted
was the sex side

and the booze
and cigarettes
and you sat there
thinking of how tight

together her tits were
under her pink top
and wondering
how she made love

and if she enjoyed it
as she brought you
coffee and sat beside you
her hand on your thigh

rubbing it upward
and downward
all the while talking
some music playing

some crooner
called Como
or some such guy
and her lips on your neck

sucking and kissing
you wondering
what her husband was doing
and what he was missing.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2013



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