Bar Girls

Bar Girls

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

Details

Status: Finished

Genre: Poetry

Summary

The bar girls talk to the middle-aged customers to keep them happy but behind the bar there is their private changing room where they put on their makeup, adjust their boobs and then go out. A poem about these bar girls and their lives once they leave the bar.

Summary

The bar girls talk to the middle-aged customers to keep them happy but behind the bar there is their private changing room where they put on their makeup, adjust their boobs and then go out. A poem about these bar girls and their lives once they leave the bar.

Content

Submitted: March 27, 2017

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Content

Submitted: March 27, 2017

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See that blonde

And see that brunette

The redhead, the Ginger

Or the mixed race bar girl

 

They meet behind the bar

Where they change to bar clothes

Thin straps, boobs, cleavage

Brushed back hair, braids

Some customers come for the drink

And some think they will get laid

 

After the bar closes

Go they all to a nightclub the bar girls

Nightlife, a bit younger crowd

Than the sad men in the bar they work

They drink shorts they down girl style

Drink with the boys, young,

The night is not yet over and the air heaves

As sweat soaked young sweet bodies touch, they kiss

And they put on the moves, they learn the moves, they do the moves, they are they, they are the moves themselves.

The End


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