Aram Stefanian


Today she found a weird imitation of love
A remote controlled robobaby with an iron heart
It fixed her car and to the swap meet drove
Bought a laser gun to guard her day and night

Cooked and baked better than a housewife
Did the dishes and the laundry 3 times a day
She was so content with changes in her life
That needed no more pets and threw them away

In bed it taught her kinda kinky stuff
Which felt so undreamed of that she saw stars
She told not to stop coz couldn't get enough
Give me hell, robobaby, but leave no scars

Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 9, 2005

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  • Poetry Hound (4/9/2005 8:48:00 AM)

    In the movie Wayne's World, Mike Meyers refers to a 'Robobabe.' Were you inspired by that?

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