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Sykolodyne Syko


Breast of Life.


u know those two cute balls on a woman's chester,
is the adresser, of this agender, very soft n tender,
it is a treasure that absorbs pain in exchange for
pleasure,
it carries volts of electric, as a matter of fact life would
be hectic without it,
a girl who is impetuous too, is carrying a dangerous
tool, a nutritious food,
very delicious it turns a full grown man 2 a fool,
a father 2 a maga, a daddy 2 a nanny,
honey wait i have 2 feed the babby says his
lady, exuding resistance,
ooooooh! ! ! ! ! but its my night he replies, including
persistence,
dragging with his his own child,
what a wild diddy on them titties, what a pity only if he
cud keep it,
acting like one who wants some, acting dumb wit his
tounge,
but the child cries out loud until it is put in it's mouth,
a man has been disgraced he realizes,
it comes in different shapes n sizes,
impressive n attractive, makes men aggressive like a
child that is inquisitive
wants to pop out of the blouse n, arouse men,
if only those two things cud sing, i bet u they
would, with the way they swing,
tempting, help me, it's never steady,
always shaky, it breaks me, says me,
my dear u have no idea,
ur breast has been looking at me,
ur double looking 4 trouble,
it makes me wanna caress, i must confess,
2 my peoples these r d issues over nipples

Submitted: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013
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