george albot


Arouse Poem by george albot


It’s being so hard this afternoon thinking of you
I just can’t seem to get you out of my mind
The thoughts of our passion is all I can thing about
I wish I could take my thoughts in hand! !
But all that I can think of is you,
I wonder what it would be like to touch and kiss you
Just once,
You definitely know how to waken
My deepest desires and craving
I want you to feel my touch on your naked flesh
No, I need you to feel my touch on your naked body
You know what’s happening to me now!
You know what I’m looking at don’t you ginger;
My dinner looks stunning,
XXX
There is nothing in my life that makes me happier
Than loving you,
XXX
Oh, apart from seeing you in that onesie
Although a bit gaudy, garish or brash, even audacious
But all of that could mean; the lips just to long
Sorry meant zips;
XXX
Night night bubbles
I don’t know what wrong with me tonight
Night night Mary
I wheelie wheelie do love you
And all the rest
XXX
onesie never enoughsie

Submitted: Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 05, 2014

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