gershon hepner

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Mrs. Robinson - Poem by gershon hepner

When Mrs. Robinson persuaded
the graduate to choose her charms
did she expect to be downgraded,
compared with adolescent charms
her daughter would provide to Dustin?
She didn’t, and the price she paid
for trustin’ him proves gals who’re lustin’
for guys who’re looking to get laid
by older women should be ready
to be abandoned by them. Youth,
although attractive, isn’t steady,
and shortness of the tooth
may come to bite an older gal
prepared to educate a guy
who’s younger. There’s a rationale
for giving older men a try.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 6, 2009

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