Poetry by Jeff Green



by cricketjeff on October 30, 2010.  © Jeff Green, All rights reserved

A student of divinity
Had entered halls at Trinity,
Excepting consanguinity,
He thought that love was strange.

He found in that vicinity
A girl who felt affinity
With men in close confinity
And loved to see them change.

She smiled at Pat McGinnity,
Who gave away infinity,
And found a new sanguinity,
Through visual interchange.

It wasn’t assininity
To dream of her salinity,
Though yet to “put it in it”, he
Already felt a change.

When pent up masculinity
Encounters femininity
It’s goodbye to virginity —
That’s not the least bit strange!

Author notes

Virginity can be lost by a thought. ~St. Jerome