Wet, cold and alone

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Mystery and Crime  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: November 28, 2017

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Submitted: November 28, 2017



Wet, cold and alone


A pitiful pedestrian driven to the periphery of his polluted paradigm

Lost and lustful, an extension of his former self, he calls

The one eyed monster won’t let him find his way back home,


Oh the weeping, the wailing,

Overflowing with bewildering grief

Constipated with self affliction,

He weeps


For why! He screams,

For shame! They cry,

Will the torment ever die?


It grew once more, a thundering storm

A passenger to the world of porn

It’s let me off or get me off

And the latter always reins


Oh the froth, the salty dew,

The ultimate tug, he’s finally through,

Sticky and sedated,

Once again, emasculated.

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