Lynn Murfett

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Wild Harley Man. - Poem by Lynn Murfett

He dragged me from the bedroom
in the middle of the night.
He threw me on his Harley and
took of towards the night.

He was riding like a man possessed,
please stop I cried! I need a rest.
You want to stop he cried, so let it be
now get your gear off and undress for me.

As I lay there in the darkness
my heart was pounding in my breast,
I knew my time had finally come
I would put him to the test.

We rode like wild horses
as the night turned into day.
I knew my time had finally come
my man was home to stay.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 21, 2010


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