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CYO Hayride Picnic
Note: The CYO is the Catholic Youth Organization for teens. Really enjoyed all the activities they held, especially the hayride picnic! The teenage girls brought baskets filled with food While the boys braced for a romantic mood I packed turkey and some rolls But my basket, it had holes Brushed off my mate’s gestures, not to be rude The full harvest moon shone brightly above And other couples were pursuing love Pete and I dated for years I, a virgin, filled with fears Erotic moments he felt deprived of So as I fumbled through my worn basket Pete saw me as virginity’s mascot The turkey, it was still there Rolls had fallen out, but where? I dove into the hay, the rolls to get Peter dove too and the carriage did sway Though I wasn’t ready for his “squeeze play” I sought only food’s treasure This picnic proved a pleasure That’s how I got my first roll in the hay Entry for Carol Brown’s “Picnic Time” Contest. Some truth to this, but Peter was still feeling "deprived" after the hayride.
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