Bill Simmons

Ten Bikinis - Poem by Bill Simmons

I climbed up a tree
And I looked out
I was only trying to hear
What someone was talking about

When I did
I just could not believe
Laying on the beach
Were these ten bikini's

I climb down from my tree
I ran to the beach
I picked one up in my hand
The others around my feet

I thought what's going on?
But could only stand and grin
When I heard a voice call out
Hey, come on in!

I looked out to the sea
I thought, Oh my, oh me!
There were ten beautiful naked women
And all waving at me!

My mouth it fell open
One would have thought I had just died
A fly it could have came and went
And flown right back outside

I said, Me? Oh no, no
But thanks ladies no doubt
I'm afraid if I do come in
I ain't never coming out!

They giggled and they laughed
And said, Awe, do come in
This is nude beach number nine
We are all your friends!

I waded in the water
I knew I shouldn't oughta
But I just could not help but follow
The direction of my other

All them girls they came right up
They threw me to the ground
They started cutting off my clothes
And throwing them all around!

Then this most beautiful girl
Approached me with all the worlds grace
She came right up and kissed me
Right there on the face

Suddenly I was waking up
A big nose had took her place
Paramedics was resuscitating me
They said, What's that smile doing on his face

I gasp and said, What the hell!
I gotta get back to that beach!
The paramedic said, Don't you remember sir?
You fell now from that tree!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 26, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, May 14, 2010

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