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Pop @20 - Poem by me poet yeps poet

Here many sex @ 17
live in

you married at 20
and got fixed
sad too early
you should have experimented a bit
then enjoyed sex
without a kid

bid or no bid
kid no
if it came off you'd go

the gal should have used a condom
you know
she did not
as you didn't want to have one on

but you were as an iron hot
she mistook you and she forgot

now you are fixed a bit too early
god bless the kid
which came without an experienced
fatherly

but be happy
you are at least married

have no more kids
wait a bit
many don't get a wife

Topic(s) of this poem: marriage, sex


Comments about Pop @20 by me poet yeps poet

  • Akhtar Jawad (4/30/2018 9:06:00 PM)

    I was married when I was 21 and she was16, we have three children and eight grand children. Now at this old age I am passing a carefree life. What a life i have been passing. I am a child once again! I enjoyed this lovely poem. (Report)Reply

    Poet Poet(5/1/2018 1:26:00 PM)

    Sir Sorry for this belated thanks... Since perhaps ur not following me in ur friends list...I don't ever come to know..who said what... You are a married man- - I too am and have a VERY LOVING AND SWEETEST WIFE SWEETER THAN HONEY MY wife... two gals and 4 gcs..all love me family of ten only ...only one brother still living... but on the bed tingling since birth..now he is 81 plus GODS WILL! ! ! !

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  • Poet Poet (12/27/2016 4:26:00 PM)

    based on a poets
    inexperience of sex
    western style
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 26, 2017


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