My Juices Flow - A Poem

I wrap about your hardened peak
My juices they do coat you
After all that we've been through
I can't believe I chose you.

Back and forth, my cavern moves
I feel you deep inside
I'm glad that you're my partner
On this sweet duo ride.

I ride you til I'm dry
And I feel you draw out
Your hardness still peaked,
What will you do now?

I'm cast aside, you wash your tip
My juices from you no longer drip.
My husk is tossed, for the trash gunned,
as you, the juicer, add to the orange juice fund.

ROzbeans 19 years ago
Fucking a.
Nards 19 years ago
Nice to meet you.
Mileron 19 years ago
This poem (and Flu) was the result of having the flu for four days (including a high fever) and needing to juice about 40 oranges.
Rikr 19 years ago
I got something totally different out of that then juicin oranges.