Lawrence S. Pertillar
Reeling For Cod - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar
She asked if I would donate
To her desires to be humped,
On a bed as 'screwmates'.
And if I'd be home alone at eight?
She would bring someone else,
She knew I'd appreciate.
I asked her if it was sperm she wished,
To raise a child in a manner she saw fit?
And she said no!
'It's not that at all!
I'm wishing to be neighborly...
And my friend's name is Paul! '
Of course I was stunned,
By her approach and thoughtlessness!
I told her I liked sex...
But with one not another she selects.
And she said Paul had a tremendous 'rod'...
And he would just like to watch us,
As she closed her eyes...
Using his 'rod'...
On a boat reeling for cod!
Needless to say...
I said okay!
Since today nothing is sacred.
And her arrangement was not that odd!
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