Philip Carter

Rookie - 50 Points (London)

Walk With Me Along The Canal - Poem by Philip Carter

Will you come for a stroll with me?
Alone the canal side
We will not be visible
The bushes will let us hide

Please say you will walk with me
Just the two of us, alone
So we will not be disturbed
Switch off your mobile phone

I've walked this way many times
And know the secluded places
Where we can get very close
Where no one can see our faces

You say you will go for a walk
My heart is full of joy
What's this in this bag of mine?
It's just my lucky toy
I carry it around with me
I enjoy the luck it brings
Please do not make fun of me
For believing in such things

Here is a nice quiet spot
Let's lay down beside this bush
Just lay back and relax my dear
No need to talk, just sush
The best way to enjoy my toy
Is to feel its touch
It has given me such joy
I love it, oh so much

So close your eyes and here it comes
Straight into you vein
See the blood squirt up so high
And fall down as crimson rain
The sight is so orgasmic
It's much better than sex
And now I can add your name
To the list who are my ex.

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Overheard a couple talking about taking a walk by the canal. It started my imagination. Hope it's not too dark. The word 'Sush' I don't think is a proper word, but in this context, it means keep quiet.

Comments about Walk With Me Along The Canal by Philip Carter

  • John Brown (10/11/2013 2:12:00 PM)

    You mean 'Shush' Peter. The poem is a bit unsettling I suppose. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 18, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 20, 2013

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