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A young man’s mantra

Pay heed to where thy hand explores,

In placket, blouse or pinafore,

For once a damsel has thy scent,

She may plead more than sport my friend.

Thy sneaky feet may craft and dance,

But look before they leap perchance,

Manhandled sweet voluptuous skin,

May spill the beans to kith or kin.

I’d heed the signs if I were thee,

When chambering it’s hard to see,

What’s plain as flame in broad daylight,

But somewhat hid by candlelight.

In short:

Keep pocket book well out of sight,

Leave cheque book, pen, at home tonight,

Keep hands from buttons worn and slick,

Tread not where zips slide way too quick.

© Joseph G Dawson
30/09/2018 and earlier


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