Funny Love Poem

A Night With My Lady

© Jared M. Stein
Her body glistens in the light
I urge to play with her all night
I pick her up and hold her steady
Take a deep breath, we both are ready.

I run one hand up her long neck
Just touching her makes me euphoric
Across her body, my right hand goes
I've been practicing, believe me, it shows.

Her body glistens in the light
I urge to play with her all night
I pick her up and hold her steady
Take a deep breath, we both are ready.

Another deep breath, the tension mounts
Have to stay focused, every moment counts
I am ready lets get movin'
Here it goes, we both start groovin'.

Her body glistens in the light
I urge to play with her all night
I pick her up and hold her steady
Take a deep breath, we both are ready.

I start out slow to get in the swing
As I do she starts to sing
The sounds and feelings grow more immense
The movements, become more intense.

Her body glistens in the light
I urge to play with her all night
I pick her up and hold her steady
Take a deep breath, we both are ready.

She screams and screams, while I am gropin'
My heart stops as I see the door open
My mom walks in and with a frown
Says, Your guitar is too loud, please turn it down.

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Published: Oct 2008

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  • I loved this poem!!! I took it into school and everyone thought it was dirty until the end!!!! It is my favorite poem!!!

    Shvanie Baby Submitted Feb 2011
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  • sooo dirty I thought this was family friendly!!!!! ohhh wait

    Bilbo Baggins Submitted Mar 2013
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  • haha awesome! I was searching funny love poems for a project for my students and I came across this, I loved it. Much creativity was placed here and the dirtiest minds will always assume dirty things until the very end.

    Lilith Anne Smith Submitted 4/26/2013
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