Little Miss Red

The tale of a hooded young lass
Parading through a wooded forest

Woodsman, working a days toils
The air breathes a stench, it boils

Careful, stepping over fallen branches
Eyes peering through they attach like leeches

Scurry in a hurry to a lonely cabin
Where once a grandma, inhabited

Red visits for stories, cupcake and tea
Now, she only visits on a full moons plea

You see, when the wolf scared grandma away
He played this little girl astray

Closer, closer, his senses calling
His words, fill her head wanting

She recites the phrases that made her famous
Pointing out the big and colossus

She spies the rise of a lupine’s eyes
Dark and round, they make her sigh

She whispers, he hears
Yes, with his raised ears

White as polished ivory
Fangs gleam with a wicked smilie

It’s another that she tries to see
Closer, closer, to ecstasy

Sheets slide along muscled thighs
Exposing his hard cocks rise

Down she goes
There she blows

A lick and flick
A bob and a dab

Stroke that honey
Spit on it shiny

Deep down the throat
Suck and pop like a cork

Ga, gag, gagging, makes her horny
Turns like a screw, sixty-nine, baby!

Going to town, her moan echoes
The woodsman follows

Enters with caution
Stares, watching

Room for a third?
Little Miss Red heard

What took you so long, jack!
Drop the hatchet and bring me that ax


~ I googled Miss Red to refresh my memory of her story. Just as I recalled. A sexual fantasy written for children. Below I found this passage on wikipidi whatever it’s called
Please read…..

Moral: Children, especially attractive, well bred young ladies, should never talk to strangers, for if they should do so, they may well provide dinner for a wolf. I say “wolf,” but there are various kinds of wolves. There are also those who are charming, quiet, polite, unassuming, complacent, and sweet, who pursue young women at home and in the streets. And unfortunately, it is these gentle wolves who are the most dangerous ones of all.

๐Ÿ˜ฎ holy crap, right?
Hope you don’t mind I turned Red into a whore ๐Ÿ˜ˆโžฐ

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