Greg Moglia

In an episode of Sex and the City the itchy single having bedded the older man
Catches his bare sagging butt on his way to the bath and makes a face
A turn off and it's over, the body view decides
No words exchanged, the poor fellow to this day wonders what he did wrong
And I think of my own bedroom exits, my sweat over what I said
What I did ... when... what if, it's how she see's my body
Anyway, I'll never know I suspect out of kindness
Has any woman ever told her guy your thing is too small
Yet what if it changed, imagine a body preference confessional
More truth, yet more hurt and the end of the white lies that touch the body
What dream, what nightmare is this?

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