TOM Altenhofen

Rookie (Novermber 19,1987 / Denver, CO)

Simple Pleasures - Poem by TOM Altenhofen

I saw you hangin' there
Just chillin' in the sun
So I grabbed you and stripped you
You know I had fun
I cracked you open and the juices flowed out
Your milky liquid ran down my face
I held you close for a long time
It was such a sweet embrace
I felt your soft flesh inside
So silky and smooth it felt
I caught a whiff of your scent in my nose
Laying there beside you, I began to melt
I lay there thinking with my eyes shut
Oh, how I love you, my coconut :)

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2011

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