Three Times a Virgin

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Immaculately conceived.

A seven grand nose,

anti gravity boobs,

and an arse as pert

as J lo's.


She played the field

and loved to yield

to a big wad,

or hot hunk.


Fickle, she rejected

those, who lacked

what she expected.

Until her it was,

neglected and alone.


Soon she's back in clover

with a startling new makeover

and bee sting lips all pouting,

up and down.


She played the field

as she was wont

until booze and coke

snorts ravaged.


When botox lost the battle

she drooped into a puddle,

and screwed her hat onto

her raddled brow.


With suitors scarce and doubting,

the next place for investing,

was a plastic knee and

new virginity.


Her tits again said 'Hi men!'

She had a brand new hymen,

but no old rod could

break through

this tight, new flesh.


The wizened chaps who fancied

a jump so rough and rancid,

were too soft

to force the barrier aside.


Intact and so despondent,

she haunts

the care home day room,

with a wandering eye

and wink to draw you in.


The residents are singing

until quiet comes among them

as our triple virgin draws

her final breath.


By a surgeon's skill prodigious,

she returned in death, unopened

after life re-run through wear,

but no last tear.


No more hymns are playing,

the lonely final laying, is

a hearse and sealed up box,

of tails tolled.

◄ Time

Autumn ►

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Zuzanna Musial

Sun 27th Jan 2008 21:30

Hello Malcolm,

Grete take on the female cosmetic surgery. I am rather against those artificial improvements. You have used a humorous lines too. That adds a
more taste to the entire write. But the sadness creeps in your last stanza. Thank you for the angle look at different solution to self improvement. Have a great holidays!

Moxy Casimir

Sun 27th Jan 2008 16:29

Oh bleak beauty! Oh lament of the final incision! The grave's a very private place, but none, I think, do there embrace, dermabrase, or chemical peel. I shall now call you Malpoet Marvell.

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Daniel Hooks

Sat 26th Jan 2008 10:29

very good poem some great stanzas in there a humourous but a dark poem aswell

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