BY CHRISTOPHER LEESON
Dec. 16, 2015
Updated Apr. 23, 2016
Till daybreak Lu slept like the dead;
She awoke by herself in the bed.
She'd been deftly boned,
Then the playboy had flown.
She damned herself for an airhead.
Gaff showered herself with teeth set,
Standing there, cursing, all wet.
A tumble they'd shared,
Only Joe hadn't cared.
'Twas a lesson Lu would not forget.
By cab she went home to her place;
In the hall Skipper saw her red face.
Things hadn't gone well;
The stripper could tell
That Lu hadn't stopped at third base.