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THE DEVIL IN MARY KAY
Never again!! You said
Then waltz in the devil
Perfectly concealed under
Her Mary Kay
In a red velvet dress she came
With “bum bum” that quaked your heart, and
Breasts that stilled even the heavens
Your phallus no longer knew rest
It craved to be buried in whatever
Hole needed filling,
To fit into her vacuums
And on your laps, she placed
A golden bowl
Holding a familiar content,
It was as pink as you had hoped.
So with an enchanting smile,
Her shiny firm thighs in your face
And a gun to your head (or so you’d rather believe)
Devour, she said.
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It’s about a day walking the cobbled streets of Praira da rocha
It’s about a birthday celebrated in Portimao with my husband
It’s about a day I enjoyed on the beach while I was vacating in Prara da rocha
Chemistry was my first poem composed from a park bench in Romford in Gidea Park.