george albot


Better Than A Blanket


I don’t think neither of us as thought this through
How can you take someone as good as me
To bed and then expect to carry on in life
I hope you don’t think I have a big head
There I go again! ! Pleasure with pane

I need a snog and I am missing you
God it’s hard’
And it’s not even the morning yet
Do you think that I need help
Or do I just need a hand
With how I’m feeling
I just need to find some relief
With how hard thing are becoming

I think what I really need is a nice shower
And then wrap myself in Lynn, in
XXX
PS
Just going to kiss your back now
And put my leg over your waste
I really hope you can feel me do this
XXX

Submitted: Thursday, June 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 21, 2013

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  • Rookie - 341 Points Don Nguyen (6/20/2013 2:55:00 PM)

    Maybe he doesn't know you; the one he knows might described as being passionate but pure for he had conceptualized or formed her in the core of his spiritual being. (Report) Reply

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