A Not So Innocent Mistake

Now I must admit

It was hard not to

Gawp and stare

For the beauty who swished by

Was league's beyond the common fare.

With shapely legs

And the cutest little backside

Whis awestruck man had ever seen.

With an enamoring rack

The likes of which could

Make any man go insane

I smiled, all goofy like

My imagination raunchily astray

Eclipsed, her face I didn't see

Alas! Until she stalked up to me

And clarified that she was only but fifteen!

The End

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