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Fly Catcher

Poem By: joy Milton
Young Adult

Sexual realtionships b/w humans and insects. 16 lines View table of contents...


Submitted: Aug 23, 2007    Reads: 213    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


Sir, the flies are coming in my room

They release foul smell if stepped

They lay on my bed as if theirs

At last, I decided to share my bed

But they want to make love with me

My face and their body will fly too

They try to rape me when I said no

First, they enter in my underwear

I keep protesting by holding them

I fear of loosing my virginity to them

They don’t have sense of sex organs

Often try to intercourse with ear and nose

Every hostler is facing this dictatorship

So kindly arrange flycatchers in hostels

He said, “Don’t blame insects at all,

you have colonised their native lands.”


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