Space Rockets No 19

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CHILDHOOD. FAMILY. WEIRD. FLASH FICTION. FROM THE COLLECTION, " BORN UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SHADOWS. " NO
19

Submitted: February 09, 2019

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Space Rockets

 

  I've been telling the guys about how I go to bed

at night. Before I go to sleep I imagine building

these big space rockets. I tell them how I imagine

building them in the park, and when they take off

it makes me feel really funny, but good too.

  I say I don't know why I imagine building these

space rockets, and I dig one of my clodhoppers

further into the ground, but I say they make me feel

good in a strange kind of way.

  When they take off they make me want to touch

my willy but I don't know why. I tell them about 

having these dirty dreams when I've been sleeping

too, that I dream I've got no clothes on, and I'm 

standing on the trough to piss, but I ain't got no

willy, and then I turn around and there's all these 

naked girls alongside me standing at the trough,

and they ain't got no willy either, and they're pissing

like I should be, but I can't 'cause I ain't got no

willy.

  And I think I'm just like the girls 'cause they ain't

got no willy either. Then Claw and some of the 

guys make sure I know I've got a willy. They drag

me onto the ground in the bush behind the school

and pull my undies down, and laugh at me as I'm

trying to wrestle free, and Claw pulls and pulls on

my tiny willy till it goes hard and spurts everywhere,

and he yells at me, " See, you've got a willy Jasper!

You ain't no girl."

  And then the other guys stop holding me down,

and I run off howling, and trying to pull my undies

and pants up, and I'm tripping over 'cause I'm 

wearing these stupid clodhoppers, and I can hear

Claw telling all the guys, " I reckon his dreams are 

right, I reckon he's a girl "


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