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Who Represents Misty White?

Poetry By: November

A plea to a fictional girl in a ... shall we say 'slightly more adult' profession in the hope they'll stop and come home. However, the language used might suggest the plea isn't so innocent ...

Here's hoping some one sees the word play (would you call it that?) in the title. Enjoy ...

Submitted:Aug 13, 2007    Reads: 211    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

Who Represents Misty White?

Misty, don't cry,
see what's going on here,
you know you shouldn't be here,
the girl I know is not a whore,
your heart's not in it anymore,
so come back home to open arms,
slide into my open arms.

You stand erect, atop the rest,
they say that you're 'the very best'
but you know that you can't stand it,
so wrap your hands around it,
think long and hard and you will see
you've come here for the last time,
so travel home with me.

Penetrate your thoughts tonight
and at the climax you just might
see you could be so much more,
you don't belong on your knees or the floor.
You feel it deep inside you,
you know deep down you want to,
please Misty, come with me.

They spread and spit rumours behind your back
and swallow it up when someone talks smack,
but I only get annoyed with you
for being so damn beautiful.
You've had enough
that life's too tough
so Misty, please come home.


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