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by Norman
Rated: 18+ · Poetry · Entertainment · #2200213
I've never been bashful
When I got to that new beach
There was a small sign

I thought I should leave then
Just turn back and go
But the beach looked quite empty
So who was to know?

I carried my blanket
Around some low trees
And there were some people
As bare as you please

At first I was startled
I stopped and I stared
They really were naked
As if no one cared

No one cared if I saw them
There were quite a few
I saw wieners and boobies
And lots of butts too

They frolicked and played
In the sand by the shore
You wouldn’t believe
The things that I saw

I set down my blanket
And just looked around
I’ve never been easy
To surprise or astound

But astonished I was
As I took in that sight
They all were so chubby
It was quite a fright

I guess with their clothes on
Well, no one would care
But I never considered
How they would look bare

They all were so rotund
It was a disgrace
I never have seen so much
Flab in one place

Now I’ve never been bashful
And I’m not a prude
But I never expected
To walk around nude

I had been quite nervous
Of making a scene
Around naked ladies
You know what I mean

I knew if I looked close
Then that would be rude
And if I reacted
Well, that could be lewd

But now I was certain
I had nothing to fear
Nothing was stirring
Or moving down there

I pulled off my swimsuit
And let out a sigh
Just one more fat body
For the hot sun to fry
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