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Marlin Bressi

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Behind the Woodshed
by Marlin Bressi

Friday, May 02, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Just a poem.

Glistening beauty she was

as a star glimmers on high

and we, down below her

soiled and downtrodden

felt muddy and wasted

So when in the arms of slumber she lay

we stole her into the night

and raped her behind the woodshed

to bring her down to us.


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Reviewed by John Flanagan 5/2/2008
I like the point of view in this, and the final three lines are poignant
John
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