Wednesday, August 12, 2009

My First Time

The sky was dark.

The moon was high.
All alone
just her and I.

Her hair so soft,
her eyes so blue,
I knew just what
she wanted to do.

Her skin so soft,
her legs so fine,
I ran my fingers
down her spine.

I didn't know how,
but I tried my best
to place my hand
on her breasts.

I remember my fear,
my fast beating heart,
but slowly she spread
her legs apart.

And when she did it,
I felt no shame.
All at once
the white stuff came.

At last it's finished.
It's all over now.
My first time

Milking a cow.

What did you think???

(photo from Creative Commons)

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Allen said...

John, haha that is so funny!

Do you have family here in Indiana? I have friends here that has your last name. Would be funny if you was related to them.

p.s. I posted my answer to your question! Its on my blog for the world to see.

Michael Rivers said...

I knew right away you were talking about a cow. What else would it be? HAHAHA

Anonymous said...

Very good, had me fooled.


kylerklnh said...

I loved it. Very funny John! Have any more stories of passionate encounters on the farm?

LazyKing said...

LOL, I somehow can relate to that!

Jim said...

Funny stuff John... ha ha ha
Was the cow named Elsie? ha ha ha
... That's something I've never done, though as a child we (my family) went to my father's uncle's dairy farm in Wisconsin a few times.
It was interesting and fun.

Yvette Kelly said...

Ha ha
Ive heard of
"How Now Brown Cow" but never
the blue eyes???
My first thoughts were John with x rated stuff??

John said...

My Dad had such a sense of humor and after he died, my stepmom sent me all these weird things that he had kept over the years (photos, postcards, clippings). This poem was one of those things and it was obviously used as a bookmark. I was going through the photos last night and saw this poem and couldn't resist sharing. BTW, I have never milked a cow!

@Allen, hope it made you LOL, it did me! No, I don't have any relatives in Indiana, except a step sister in Mishawaka. Glad my comment led to your latest blog post! That was great!

@Michael Rivers, I don't know, but I am still laughing about it.

@Argentum Vulgaris, gotcha!

@kyleklnh, I will have to check through all Dad's jokes he kept, no telling what's in there!

@LazyKing, LOL, I don't know what to say to that!

@Jim, Elsie the cow LOL! Glad yo liked it! I think a few people are still shaking their heads, if they didn't read the whole thing!

@Yvette Kelly, Whew! Glad you read it all LOL I wonder how many people exited off the blog half way through the poem? Don't worry I won't publish x rated things--now my cover is blown for future jokes!

kenju said...

Very cute!!

Jo said...

Thank you for the *chuckle*... :-)

Too cute!

John said...

@kenju, cute indeed! Thanks for commenting!

@Jo, you are very welcome for the chuckle! Thanks for reading it and commenting!

Stephen said...

I tagged you on my blog... have a look.

John said...

@Stephen, Hope it made you smile and LOL! Thank you for the meme award tag. That's a tough one, so I hope I can pull it off!

Anonymous said...

You tricked me! You cad!

John said...

@Pwn_Star, being able to trick you is no easy feat! LMAO!

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