Lawrence Miller spent his days

Searching for someone

To have gay ol' time with

And have some sinful fun.

.

He'd kiss on cherry lips

And run his hands up tiny skirts,

Never falling fast and hard,

Just ripping off his shirts.

.

When he went to Uni

He was wide eyed and in awe

Of all the many different types

Of people that he saw.

.

Sea blue eyes belonged to

A Sophomore he knew as Red.

Never had he seen a kid

With such a fiery head.

.

Lawrence Miller met a boy

Who made his veins run hot.

He figured out that he may not

Be as straight as he thought.

.

Lawrence Miller saw his chance

To ask Red on a date.

He knew it sounded corny,

But he thought it was his fate.

.

He saw him after their class

And took him by the hand,

Looked so deep into his eyes

That he could hardly stand.

.

Red's grin shone so bright that

Lawrence couldn't say a peep,

Instead he kissed him on the mouth.

This day would haunt his sleep.

.

Neither one could pull away

To have their moment end,

But when they did they swore

That they could not stay as "just friends."

.

Lawrence Miller met a boy

Who made his veins run hot.

He figured out that he may not

Be as straight as he thought.

.

Lawrence Miller took Red back

To his dorm one cool night.

His stupid friends from high school

Couldn't quite believe the sight.

.

When one guy called him a fag,

He decked him in the face,

Screamed for him to, "Get the hell

Out of my freaking place."

.

Red asked Lawrence if he really

Was gay in the end.

He said, "I'm not, but I'd like

You to be my boyfriend."

.

Red laughed out with quite a grin

And said, "I'm not gay too.

Though, neither of us are gay,

I'd still like to be with you."

.

Lawrence Miller met a boy

Who made his veins run hot.

He figured out that he may not

Be as straight as he thought.