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Anthi’s Pubic Hair

A Smooth Sonnet

By Patrick M. OhanaPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
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Anthi’s Pubic Hair
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How can I write about something unseen

What is pubic hair I often wonder

When it comes to my Anthi Kanéna

Her pussy is smooth like a butter bean

Am I committing some kind of blunder

She is sleek like the bust of Athena

O my Anthi feels like a sunny dream

From her toes to her nose to her forehead

Her creamy skin feels like heaven in spring

It is M, I mean me, who starts to steam

Yet I am not sorry you were misled

We were but three weeks before the wedding

I was being naughty like she taught me

Oh Anthi in all things is a beauty

Filthy
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About the Creator

Patrick M. Ohana

A medical writer who reads and writes fiction and some nonfiction, although the latter may appear at times like the former. All my stories (over 2,200 pieces) will be available on shakespearesshoes.blog.

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  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran4 months ago

    Lol, I found this funny. Awesome poem!

  • Jennifer David4 months ago

    LOL I immediately clicked on this to read because it reminded me of when my doctor ask "how much pubic hair [i'd] have, if i had it". Sorry for the tmi :D Loved this!

  • Daniel Cottles4 months ago

    I laughed but for the right reasons. I read the challenge and I instantly thought of something like this 😂 I clicked on your story and it did not leave me disappointed

  • Victor Pope4 months ago

    ...'It is M, I mean me, who starts to steam/yet I am not sorry you were misled'... Your use of words is delightful

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