A Chapter by Dave Brown


Montezuma was not a stellar feller

Because of his conduct down in a cellar

When he had grabbed Carlita by surprise     

Taking hold of her encantador grande thighs


But for this hombre, Carlita had real shock   

Of his vaquero butt, she’d taken mucho stock

From beneath his sombrero, popped his eyes 

As Carlita treated him like Mexican Fries


She gobbled his arms, ears and nose

And started to chomp down los diez toes

But as is how a thing often goes

Her protruding fangs got stuck in her hose


He twisted and turned, an effort to vamoose

Thus exposing his each, large, lovely caboose

She responded with a loud yummy-yum-yum

And soon he was in esta senorita’s tummy-tum-tum


Then from Carlita’s stomach came a huge growl

And from her throat an accompanying howl

Then regret about what she just ate

As Montezuma’s revenge became Carlita’s sad fate



© 2021 Dave Brown

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Oh poor fellow being gobbled up by this rather hungry female lol. She got what she deserved eating the gorgeous fellow.

Posted 2 Months Ago

Dave Brown

2 Months Ago

should have used ketchup
Poor Carlita’s. Somethings and some people can't be digest well. Hello Dave and thank you for sharing the entertaining poetry.

Posted 2 Months Ago

Dave Brown

2 Months Ago

That digestion thing can be a real difficulty
Hope you are not so affected
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2 Months Ago

You are welcome my friend and hello.
Delightful and pretty damn funny. Thank you, Dave, for always sharing your wit here in this community of writers.

Posted 2 Months Ago

Dave Brown

2 Months Ago

Thanks Carlos
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Added on July 17, 2021
Last Updated on July 18, 2021

Mostly light Hearted


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