Twisted Poetry: Episode XI

He Walks In Hairy Splendor

Quietly she awaits at the back door

Gazing upon the dark shadowy fen

Would he think her a slut or perhaps whore

For her waiting here in the air so thin.

So large and handsome and so big and bold

More than just a mere weak and mortal man

Smelling of manly musk and furry mold

Like forest floor and a used sardine can.

His love was more than she could ever wish

Hands and feet so rough but a heart so soft

A forest primordial modern dish

He placed her upon a pedestal loft

Alas, With feet so big and cock so long

She choked on a three foot pube sucking his shlong.

This post is dedicated to the brave and fearless blogger, Weirdgirl. Check out this post to see what the hell I am talking about. And no pervs she isn’t the one blowing Sasquatch.Β 

8 Responses to “Twisted Poetry: Episode XI”

  1. Totally awesome that she got in, with her kid!!!

    I was up reading about Bigfoot online for hours last night. Fascinated by that shit!

    The Weirdgirl is awesome. A little known fact is that she specializes in writing Erotic Lesbian Sci-Fi. – Evyl

  2. Awesome poetry, Evyl! You do have to wonder about the schlongs of Bigfoots (bigfeet?). Do you think they would be innies or outies?

    I really don’t know. I should ask my Uncle Bob. Evidently he has spent years with those guys. – Evyl

  3. Big feet = big hands πŸ˜‰

    I got’s big feet. – Evyl

  4. Doktor Holocaust Says:

    the noble yeti, called sasquatch in north-america, has both Innie and Outie shclongs, and a complex range of highly sensitive organs used for nothing but sexual contact ranging from prehensile fur to telepathic-antenna nose hair. it’s all in Revelelation X, which details the history of the yeti and the fate of their human-looking (as a result of mating with humans) descendants in the modern world.

    i’d reccomend buying it here, direct from the authors, and tell them Dok Holocaust sent you.

    My elbow is my greatest errogenous zone. It makes it handy in crowded lines. – Evyl

  5. Twwisted you are my friend πŸ˜‰

    Thanks little darlin’. – Evyl

  6. LOL. Great poem in response to Weirdgirl’s post. I do wish they’d find something too. It would be pretty cool to know there are a species like that but, sadly, I think if they had any intelligence, they’d never let us find them. πŸ˜‰

    I will not beleive it until I see it. Preferably hot off the grill served with a nice cold beer. – Evyl

  7. Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeexcellent. Disturbing writing as usual, Evyl. πŸ™‚

    Thank you so much. You say the sweetest things. – Evyl

  8. Wow.. I am speechless… That’s a wicked poem πŸ˜‰

    Thanks Stranger. – Evyl

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