Poetry by Jeff Green

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One Night

by cricketjeff on April 29, 2009.  © Jeff Green, All rights reserved

I stayed one night at Motel Six
And thought no way I’d get a fix
Of all those special lady’s tricks
Supplied by sweet “madarms”

I met a girl called Onzarq Pleds
Who had a pair of bright green heads
And unlike other quadrupeds
She also had three arms

Her breasts were firm a lovely pair
Each covered in such soft blue hair
And happily she loved to share
These and her other charms

We danced around the motel room
Her tails were sweeping like a broom
And even in the closing gloom
Her smiles dispelled my qualms

The bed awaited our embrace
I kissed her on each lovely face
Her middle hand found just the place
To raise a few alarms

I stripped her of her flying suit
And underneath she looked so cute
With twice the chance of bearing fruit
Pluperfect for my palms

We made love in the Martian way
Involving lots of sexy play
And filling up both night and day
While listening to Brahms

And now I’m going to be a Dad
The life I lead is not so bad
The sex the best I’ve ever had
So chafed I need fine balms

If you should need a room some night
Then find a motel where you might
Meet aliens who’d treat you right
You won’t be singing psalms!

Author notes

And it’s all true!!!

Honest!

your prompt:

I met a martian at Motel 6

* Okay Okay…Rhyme is ALLOWED

(In my accent balms palms psalms and qualms are true rhymes for alarms arms and charms, but I admit “madarms” is stretching it a bit )

I have two versions of this stanza :-

The clean …
I stripped her of her flying suit
And underneath she looked so cute
With twice the chance of bearing fruit
Pluperfect for my palms

The saucier …

I stripped her of her flying suit
And underneath she looked so cute
Two pussies and each one a beaut
They fitted on my palms

Anyone have an opinion on which is better?