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    Megalithic poems.

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    Littlestone

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    Megalithic poems.

    Post  Littlestone on Sat Jun 05, 2010 4:30 am

    As I wandered the lonely moor
    My itchy gonads felt rather sore.
    I chanced upon a meandering brook
    Their musical waters reminding me
    Of the geisha's I have wanted to ...

    As the the sun shone from above
    I thought of home, I did not miss it's comfort fully.
    Although I missed copies of Geisha Tranny Love,
    I took solace in my thoughts of who and what and when to internet bully.

    A single stone impending, upright, majestic finger
    Pointing to the firmament
    This wondrous sight did make me linger
    Pondering the even tides fun with butt plug firmly inside my fundament.

    Sitting in the shade of a ancient oak
    I ravished my whale meat repast.
    Feet in the river for Nature's massage and soak
    I can think of my Rubenesque love at last.

    She is lovely, round and self obsessed,
    She can draw and paint,
    Try to eat her chocolate and she is possessed.
    Make fun of her art and she will feint!

    I cry to the stones I love her,
    But times silent sentinels do not answer.
    But Meth is the one that holds her,
    Such jealousy grows like a cancer.

    I would walk half a mile to be beside my love,
    Although she would prefer to be driven.
    She would waddle to the fridge to be my love,
    Her loves are self, self, self and self - that's a given.

    So back to my churchyard at Pewsey,
    I will seek my revenge on the weak.
    Thoughts of bullying, engorging and making me juicy,
    Internet, forum, gang up, love-bulbs out, tweak tweak tweak.

    - by Littlestone

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    Re: Megalithic poems.

    Post  Guest on Sun Jun 06, 2010 12:54 am

    At least this is one up from Erotic Dave's attempt at poor-tary, but, like Erotic Dave's 'The Song of Moron', would be better viewed on the back of a toilet cubicle door.

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    Re: Megalithic poems.

    Post  Littlestone on Sun Jun 06, 2010 4:15 am

    Yes, Lowergate - it is lovely indeed.
    Thank you!

    Littlestone

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    Re: Megalithic poems.

    Post  Guest on Wed Jun 09, 2010 2:47 pm

    ONE JUST FOR YOU LITTLESTONE



    THE THRESHOLD - TO TREAD OVER

    Strike hard the gate that is unnoticed
    With the strength that Love command
    True existence rents oneself hypnosis
    Caress now the fire from a blooded hand

    With power of certitude grip the gate
    From innerself a scream of Love ensues
    Tear away the illusion to expose Fate
    Divine lotus, a union only damned refuse

    Be as mistletoe upon the oak of self
    Let only knowledge guide you on the way
    From spring to ocean drink that wealth
    Let not deceivers your arduous trek waylay

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