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Can't
by Ed Matlack

Wednesday, June 23, 2004
Rated "R" by the Author.
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I thought it might be humor, but then again the attitude I portray and the size of a certain part seem to make it quite under horror...

CAN’T…


 


Can’t get or keep it up too long,


Yes of course I am discussing my big “schlong”,


So grab it while you can, the one like king kong,


Spread out and render to Ed that which is Ed’s, sounds like a song…


 


Can’t do a lot like I used to do when I was young,


But I am still, even if it is not working well, quite well hung,


You saw my picture on the other poem, need you do a ladder with many a rung,


Even am I longer than most horses I know, they see & fear me and lie down in their own dung…


 


Am I being herein too descriptive?


Just allay your fears, lay on your back and be for me submissive,


Give it up to me; let me be perfectly clear,


Don’t make me become with laughter too derisive…


 


Do what your told, and you will eventually get old,


Albeit just a bit, you may walk with a definitive bow-legged look,


But you won’t be the first nor the last, I should really about so much meat, write a book…


 


                           © ed – 6/23/04

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Reviewed by S Cardin 6/27/2004
It's a very lighthearted, humorous read. I enjoy your sense of humor!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 6/24/2004
Did I miss something??

Tinka
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/24/2004
Even am I longer than most horses I know, they see & fear me and lie down in their own dung…

It's been proven that horses are very intelligent. Maybe they think you are Sasquatch??!!
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 6/24/2004
This is a fine piece <--- wrong word? LOL... I, too, have 'wishful thinking' sometimes.. but NOT for being bow-legged! Sigh... you're a handful, Mr. Ed. (grin) katy xox.
Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 6/24/2004
ha ha ha ha
hey ed,I think you made a mistake submitting this in the horror section as I think it really should be in the literary fiction part,don't you?????
Anyway as always you did make me smile a mile.
Reviewed by Lori Moore 6/24/2004
Old? Do poets grow old? Darn, I missed the write with your picture... oh well.
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