July 21, 2013

Bare Beams and Butters!

Nigel was a four-wheeled hater,
feeding up the carburetor
 - of his brand new black and silver motorbike.

Said it gave a sense of freedom, 
and we didn't really need 'em
- fussy leather suits and helmets and the likes

He waited until suns had set, 
deliberately he'd forget
 - to cover up his scrawny bag of bones

Rode naked as the day is long, 
completing every bare furlong,
 - feeling every bump from every fallen stone!

Moors with trees and mossy mounds,
became his chosen riding ground,
 - and he revved his biker's glory to the hilt

No windscreen there to hang things cubic,
windswept hair and all things pubic
- feeling how a Scotsman proudly wears his kilt!

Such a feeling to be free,
and for the whole wide world to see
- nature joining with the beauty of machines

Tomorrow he would make his point,
and would doubly annoint
 - could a human oily body be obscene?!

So he took a slow commute,
in his grown up birthday suit
 - tying back and tucking under things that dangle

But in this mode that he preferred,
a sirens' shrill was clearly heard 
- he had to look at things now from a different angle!

Hard he kicked and rode away,
in the naked light of day
 - there were crimes in life he'd never ever deem

Though such a liberating sight,
could only fulfill joy at night
 - and moon the moon in motorbike head-beams!

The next night came - and he was laughing
(though certain bits of him were chafing!)
This dusty pink cloud racing towards he......

Vroom! Vroom! Vroom!  My God! He spied her,
a two-wheeled Lady Godiva
 - giving it the very best of  Delta - V

So, the pair grew old together,
and only in the kinder weather
 - they'd ride over moors in old butt-naked glee

He nut cracked,  she nipple surfed,
both for better or for worse
On two wheels or future hacker should it be!



richard said...

did she have big boobs?

Spectra Ghostseeker said...

That was really cool. I was starting to form a tune in my mind, maybe some kind of Southern rock thing. Let's call Lynyrd Skynyrd and see what they can put together! ;-)

Berowne said...

Skillful, inventive and smart.

brenda w said...

I have a friend who is growing old on the back of her husband's motorbike. Not like this, though (at least not that I'm aware of...hmmm...) This was a delightful romp. Thanks.

Mishla M said...

I love the country song feel of your poem.

Tess Kincaid said...

Love this tale of naked glee...

izzy said...

Ha ha one deserves the other! Happy story- love the rhymes!

Helen said...

I'll take two wheels over four ~~ any day! Vroooooooommmmmm.

Trellissimo said...

I'm sure Cad and Ada would feel a kinship! :-)

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Better to be chapped than wear chaps?

mindlovemisery said...

Love the ending especially very charming and I love the way your poem flowed. Made me smile =)

Kathe W. said...

such a cleverly happy duo! Cheers!