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The Missing Link

Posted by MrDaMan on October 2, 2011 at 8:30 AM

The Missing Link

by MrDaMan

Virgil R. Hall II (Randy)


 

Don't get me wrong, when I look at you,

it is ultimately my choice, but you look good,

good enough to eat, good enough to love,

good enough to stir my bad, bad thoughts.


 

I've learned to control the beast within, but

not all men have or can accomplish this feat.

I just want you to know, I want you to KNOW,

that you rattle these chains that bind my barbarian.


 

You have all of that skin, beautiful, youthful skin,

from the tip of your toes that goes all, the, way…

To there, and there and THERE, ohhhhhhhhhh,

and you hide just, just, just enough to weaken me.


 

I love what you wear, to please me, to please yourself,

I love that you don't cover it all and lead me astray,

I really don't mind straining at the end of my leash,

I can handle it, ohhhh yeah… I can handle it.


 

No, no, NO! It's not your fault that I'm a drooling

lecherous beast chained within this civilized charade.

You wear that bikini for me, I wear these chains for you,

and I carefully maintain them, link by frustrating link.


 

But not all men care or want to civilize their bestial

passions, they let their imaginations run away from them.

They are barbarian predators who claw at reality and bare flesh,

they wear no chains of propriety and are dangerous to you.


 

I love your mini skirts, your short shorts, your promiscuous

bare skin that seduces and fires my imagination and tests

the limits of my civilized chains… I love you, I want you.

Evolution has taught me well, but consider the missing link.


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1 Comment

Reply RayJ
10:29 AM on October 3, 2011 
nice write...captures the personal and the societies challanges so well