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      PHOTO CREDIT: Above photo by John Rickman Photography, San Jose, California.

      Pervy Men Are Everywhere!


      By Zumarrad




      Belly dancers like to shake
      Shake that shaker, belly dancer!
      Shake that shaker, but beware:
      Pervy men are everywhere!

      Pervy men are in the dark,
      Pervy men are in the park,
      Pervy men are on the phone,
      Pervy men are in your home!

      Belly dancers beat the pervs
      Stun them with their shaking curves!
      Hit them with their shiny canes
      Drill their zills into their brains!

      Pervy men say "no, please stop!
      I do not like this clip-clip-clop
      I do not like this ding a ding ding
      Please make those brasses cease to sing!"

      The dancers laugh, the perverts cry
      The belly dancers dance samai,
      Beledi, Saidi too
      The dancers know just what to do.
      Belly dancers do not care
      That pervy men are everywhere!





      About the Poet

      Zumarrad is a belly dancer and journalist in New Zealand.



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