Owain Glyn


I'm not Frightened (really) Part six Aunties Tale


I have a niece, she's called Marie
She wants to come and stay with me
She tells me things are really bad
She cannot get on with her Dad.

But I've a problem with a lodger
Real nice guy, his name is Roger
Says he wants to rearrange
His gender, cause he thinks it's strange.

He likes to wear my underwear
Which I don't mind, I do not care
I love him, cause he's really cute
Forget his clothes, there's no dispute.

That if I really have to choose
He will win, and she will lose! !
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Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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The ongoing saga of Marie and her search for the perfect man.

Comments about this poem (I'm not Frightened (really) Part six Aunties Tale by Owain Glyn )

  • Rookie - 262 Points Ray Quesada (2/25/2013 12:22:00 PM)

    really good one Owain -! ! I got a laugh from this and laughing is never a bad thing! ! ! - unless you're at a funeral perhaps! ! X.D thanks for sharing this (Report) Reply

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