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May 2018
On the way
to the science room
for biology

with Rolland by my side
passing other pupils
going the opposite way

I saw you
by the tuck shop doorway
and you beckoned me over

and so told Rolland
to go on.
It was a small nook

and semi-dark.
If we're seen
we're for it

I said.
You drew me
into the nook

and quickly kissed
and held me close.
I sensed your body

firm against mine
with your soft fruits
and curves and bits.

Needed that
you said
and after kissing

once again
we parted you
to double maths

and me to biology
and moths and butterflies
and their evolution

and that *****
but I would
rather learn

biology and such
with you at night.
Terry Collett
Written by
Terry Collett  71/M/England
   Andrew Guzaldo c
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