Treasure Island

benjamin bueno


destroy everything


Fly free and know that love fallows you. Mad and happy. People that have never gone before. Sleep till the sun goes down. I never loved the world as much as i do now. I was just like you. It just takes time. I never die. It was so cool. Follow breathe. Your my lips. Fresh. I trip. On your dress. Your eyelids. Beat the top. Hit the tip. You look so hot. Penetrating. Built with this. She never touched me. I like it. Kill it. It began. And at the same time it never ends. It can't hurt to say i love you. Keep going. And don't stop. Can you do me the favor? Can you do me the pleasure? And Just stop. Destroy everything.

Submitted: Monday, December 30, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 31, 2013

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