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Jun 2019
During her last term
at boarding school,
Delia bedded
the maths teacher,
some neurotic
young woman,
whom Delia seduced
with her charm
and lust.

In her first week
at university,
where she went to study
the cello and music,
she seduced and bedded
the young female vioninst
from a few rooms down,
and occasionally,
the female trumpeter
who played like Miles.

Her father,
who was pleased
she was coming along well
on the cello and composition,
despaired of her history
of seduction, beginning
with the young
home tutor he hired,
some French woman,
who his daughter
managed to ******
towards the end
of the year.

He wished she wasn't
such a seducer
of women and girls,
but she was,
right down to
her blonde hair
and pale blue eyes,
no doubt,
he mused,
where her secret lies.
Terry Collett
Written by
Terry Collett  73/M/England
   b e mccomb
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