An Ode to Spaghetti

Teddy.15

 
You can bend it 
 
and twist it 
 
it's a pole dance sensation 
 
suck it slowly or with speed 
 
until it completely disappears 
 
into your moist mouth
 
soggy or hard?
 
you must decide...
 
my personal preference 
 
it has to be al dente.  
 


 
 
 
  • Author: Teddy.15 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: September 29th, 2023 00:55
  • Comment from author about the poem: lol 不不不不不不不well Lizzy and Maxine you did ask for erotic! I'm a pro!
  • Category: Humor
  • Views: 21
  • Users favorite of this poem: L. B. Mek, LIZ.
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Comments8

  • orchidee

    Good writ Teddy - ahh, a picture of KP there. That's what she looks like now with the botox. lol.

    • Teddy.15

      LOL 不 oh Orchi

      • orchidee

        She's all shrivelled up, she's all in a heap. Or is it her? Not very trout-like.

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      • sorenbarrett

        I love spaghetti sometimes just with butter and garlic sometimes with just meatballs. You are making me hungry and it is still early. Soft or hard I prefer it soft certainly not hard it could be aldente but the older I get the fewer dentes. Loved the poem Teddy

        • Teddy.15

          LOL here in Italy it's always aldente, however the bread in Tuscany is made without salt so that could break teeth lol thank you my dear sorenbarret for joining in with this scribble, always humbled to see you on my my page. 歹

        • L. B. Mek

          your pictures are the best, my friend
          I read that sandwich poem
          and felt sorry for your husband
          that's some stiff competition..
          but then reading this ode
          to your.. noodle 'sucking'
          preferences
          leads me to believe, your husband
          is a very satisfied man indeed
          lol
          question is
          do you like it
          Florentine aldente
          or Londoner, aldente
          or maybe you mix it up
          from one meal to the next...

          • Teddy.15

            Blushing here MeK lol a lady would never tell. LoL 不不不不不 thank you dear friend. 歹

          • LIZ

            不不不不 Teddy, we're on a food ride!! Oh so.....erotic sucking, twisting, pole dancing....moist. What's not to like??? You're the best! Keep them coming. See, I knew you had it in you lol

            • Teddy.15

              lol yes, I'm so erotic over food dear Lizzy lol I can't thank you enough for the inspiration darling, this even gives me a chuckle 五 伐

              • LIZ

                Ayyyyyy 五五五 you have me blushing where is Maxine? I need her to see this!!

              • orchidee

                I wish to complain. lol. What has pole dancing got to do with spaghetti?! heehee.

                • Teddy.15

                  You can wrap it round the pole instead of the fork! LoL oh orchi didn't you know? Try it tonight lol the spaghetti that is, instead of chucking it on the wall lol 不不不不不

                  • orchidee

                    Sounds good to me! lol.

                  • Neville



                    I personally think it's that bit of a bite that makes all the difference .. but then my life sucks at the moment .. 歹

                    • Teddy.15

                      LoL I'll excuse the pun, oh stop boasting thank you dearest Nev. LoL great banter though. 歹

                    • Goldfinch60

                      Of course it has to be al dente!

                      LOve it

                      Andy

                      • Teddy.15

                        不 thank you dear friend.

                      • Thomas W Case

                        Very subtle. Great work.

                        • Teddy.15

                          Hello dear Thomas, lol it's about as hot as it gets Thank you

                          • Thomas W Case

                            Great stuff. I recently published a book, Seedy Town Blues Collected Poems. It's on Amazon. The reviews talk about "Bukowsiesque fashion."



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