Blue Death

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

When an elderly man sought adventure with blue pills, he did not anticipate the outcome

First resistance

He’s a diehard

Further pressure made,

She’s not naïve.

Further resistance.

Then a promise,

A sweet splurge.

Attention caught

A new proposition

On old matter.

She feigns disinterest,

But he saw acceptance in her eyes.

Tick, tock, tick, tock,

He’s there,

Caught in her cleft

Jiggling like an old royal rumble wrestler.

Tick tock tick

He’s spent

Squirms like a bloody wimp

He retreats

So does the weak blood

In his little john- useless

It bows, eyes to the ground.

His breathing, slow and heavy

His back hurts

So does his nuts

He looked at her

Like a large plate of luscious meal

He had only nibbled

She beacons to him

Daring him for more

He saw the curse in her eyes

There was living death

In veins, in all his organs

He straightened up

reached for his black backpack

scurried it briskly with his left hand

Picked out two blue pills

He crawls up again in a moment

Little johnny is pointing forward

Her legs still and parted

He rammed and slammed in

He squirmed, groaned, and screamed

He heaved high and low

To the dark rhythm of his passion

His heart did beat full and fast

Yet, she laid still

Her left-hand tugging tightly at his nuts

Her right hand squeezed sensuously at his nipples

He ached from dangerous intense pleasure

A tyrannous tornado raged inside him

And he stormed deep in her like a hurricane

Suddenly, a thunder roars

And dies to a flickering echo

In an instance

He fell still and silent deep inside her.

A moment of dark silence ensued

And hovered in the room

Her left hand still pulls his nuts

The silence stabbed her ears

Her busy hands grabbed her wounded ears

She listened, ‘oh my God!’

Our dear old wrestler

No longer breathes.







Submitted: January 06, 2021

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