Rockhard - Poem by Cynthia Aluning
At the palm of your hand, you toyed me for a ploy
Your flowery words blossomed with aphids and thorns
I've placed you on a pedestal of the famous and sublime
You wasted my time! you are not even worth a dime.
Oh there you go, mister almighty!
You think you can sink a thousand ships?
You think your wit can't quit the toughest quiz?
Shame on you! stings like a bee and stinks like a sh*t
Your cruel heart had lost the veins to pump up blood
Cloned to a cyborg, with preset mind that's far from soul
The rockhard cock over your head you show off the world...
Is just a limp noodle shy of one ball!
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