Francis Duggan

The Real Sugar Daddy - Poem by Francis Duggan

No doubt about him he's known a better day
With tints and with hair dyes he covers his gray
Most of his female lovers decades younger than he
That money speaks every language with that one must agree
In his early seventies he feels young at heart
Of the real sugar daddy he does play the part
The women he makes love to are in their life's prime
And 'tis thanks to his money that he keeps cheating time
Yet his ex lovers will tell you he is not good in bed
That his so called sexual prowess is all in his head
He bought them a good time of pampering they were in need
And that them to his bedroom eventually did lead
And to his life younger women come and go
And his false reputation of a great lover grow.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008

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