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Limerick #10

What started as an innocent kiss

Boiled to lust I couldn’t dismiss.

So my silver-tongued mouth

Went further down South,

And I ate her holes like a slice of Swiss.

Poetry

Man Down!

Chop, chop, and his poor member falls.
(It no longer resides in his smalls)
His manhood’s had the gong;
I admit I was wrong – 14 more words

Poem

Ice Cream evaluation -- a peek inside Katy's brain

Right after finishing my final, I caught a bus to Waterford to meet up with my aunt, uncle, and grandma. We traveled the southern part of Ireland, going through Waterford, Cork, Dingle, Tralee (well, just to spend the night), and ending back in Limerick before they took off to Dublin to fly back home to Seattle. 2,138 more words

Swapping Post for Paws

It’s never easy to change your life and sacrifice your own needs, even if it’s for a good cause.

Postwoman turned animal rescuer Marita Davis knows this all too well. 984 more words

Avid for Words

via Daily Prompt: Avid

For poetry, I claim avidity

Swear my writing is laced with lucidity

But the critics all say

Don’t quit your job, day… 80 more words

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