She Said - Poem by James McLain
she put him out at ease.
he took off my dress.
she took off my tee-shirt.
He removed my breeches.
she said - you want something good? - and
I thought with she it must be to have it together.
Saying don't tremble and i watched my mother and
it must be a rainbow because she finds colors of him
because she/he likes
and she wants that i open something slowly good
and perhaps if i eat something today,
tomorrow will never come.
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