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Jun 2016
He remembered
His teacher
Miss Latimer
Mainly
For her conversations

On the origin
Of the species,
But more so
Because
She wore

Tight skirts
That held
Her hips and ***
With loving embrace,
And as she walked

Away to class
Some of boys
Gave whistles
Through fingered mouths,
But all he could do

Was take home
His captured image
Of her fine figure
As she moved
Across the grass

Looking back at him
With a smile
On her lips
And swaying hips
And ***,

And dream of her
In his tousled bed
With numerous
Embraces and kisses
In his youthful head.
A BOY AND HIS TEACHER AND MENTAL LOVE
Terry Collett
Written by
Terry Collett  71/M/England
(71/M/England)   
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