Terry Collett

Gold Star - 23,291 Points (13/12/1947 / LONDON)

She'D Not Seen. - Poem by Terry Collett

Tanya had not seen
the thing from that
angle, she'd only seen

it from her own narrow
gauge of looking, and
of course there was

the blindness, caused
by hate, and he had
after all gone off with

that skinny tart, and
after all the effort she'd
taken to loose weight,

and oh yes, he had gone
and taken her favourite
dress the red one she'd

out grown, and the one
she'd once much favoured,
although she'd only worn

it the once, and now that
thin bean of a girl had it
on, oh how could he, she

spat out, while lounging
in the bath, the there water
almost to the rim, and she

there looking at her pink
plumpness, and how her
tits could almost swim, oh

come back, do not leave me
here, she moaned although
there was none to hear her,

except the guy in the flat next
door, but he was kind of queer,
oh where is love when you need

it? and where is some god to protect?
Oh, she said, all my plans are wrecked.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 31, 2012

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