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Sad Poetry, age 20+

We had a conversation with Rebecca (a blogger) about her poem (erotical) and I told her I can’t write erotic. I think to write erotic, you have to be a very romantic person. That’s definitely not me. But I told her I can write ‘harder stuff”, kinda ‘porn-ish poetry’ lol. Here it is:

My short sad p-poems

a) Nobody cares about ‘the size’ in this room,
and ‘the heads’ are still given.
Very easy.
Want to try?
Inhale softly bananas.
All of them.
Too many? Relax.
I know how to make it easier –
Deep-throating the nose.
New evolution of sexual!?
Want to be one of us?
The partner for life?
You are welcome.

b) Bent, smashed between 3, 5 or 8.
Dirty and stoned to the point of nothing.
Time to run?
No. There’s no escape.
Close the eyes –
Spit the seconds of pain.
Move as fast as you can;
Faster, or super-fast. Nice…
Until you are gone –
Confusing and sad.
Next time do a better math,
Before open the door to nowhere.

c) Hey, welcome to the class! 
All are naked.
Do not ask – ‘why’.
Because of your body I guess.
Focus on anatomy here:
The energy is pretty amazing.
So lets destroy you. Slowly.
Don’t know ‘where’, ‘how’ and ‘what’?
It’s not exactly rocket science.
Step One: open your legs.
The rest will come naturally.

d) Sounds are off.
We are listening the movement.
Hungry? There’s a sandwich.
On the table. It is you.
Hunger is greasy,
And tools are powerful.
Like my belt between your teeth.
Feeling gross?
Thats SO worth it.

e) Wet is what you’ve made of, –
they told me.
Forever groaning.
‘The splitting hearts’ are falling. 
Everywhere I look is you –
The Knowledge.
And the Power.
The Power of NoLove in the bedroom.

Gag – reflex? Thank you.
Now I’m absolutely happy.

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18 replies

  1. I think imagination is a dying art (or aspect of neuroscience) we see our environment but seldom look. ‘Having to’ use our imagination or ‘allowing ourselves’ to…….. we need to revisit ourselves perhaps and gain empathetic awareness. Nuntius Fidelis

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      1. Haha nope. Never read the book or seen the movies! But they must be interesting…. last book I read…. wauw, I cant even remember!! But must be a thriller as that is what I usually read.

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      2. Yep..:)) i guess in books u kinda “expect” – this is gonna happen (even if you are not sure). I like to imagine the heroes (gosh, they r probably always looks similar, “the type”)😬😂

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      3. That is the good thing with books, you have to use your imagination to visualize everything…. with comics its already there and when it is bad it is impossible to get out of your head.


      4. Just kidding.. I like the guy – actor – in 50shades, but never seen the movie(never read the book either). But I saw that actor Jamie Dornan, in some other film (he played a murder-maniac there) – he was FKN AWESOME 👏


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