Jim Creston


Keeper


Since winter will not go away in Minneapolis....

Keeper

You know it's a good read when you pull it from bed,
and take it to the pisser,
read it while standing.

Like a fun-girl, she stands with,
watching.
I hold her in my left hand,
she's parted,
my head tilted,
skimming her lines.

Two t-shirts on, pulled above my navel.
Mid March with 2 feet of snow on the ground,
damn winter,
it will not go away.
My underwear pulled and pinned beneath my balls,
I read,
trickle a little,
then some more.
Bring her back to bed,
and like the perfect being she is,
lying face down,
spread open,
to satisfy me.


Jim Creston
March 2001
All Rights Reserved

Submitted: Friday, April 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
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