george albot


Famished


Don’t know how thing have evolve to where we are
All I know that my feeling sometimes make me feel
Like I am drowning in a sea of lust and desire
The pleasure that I get from you just take over me
When I am not with you all I do is fantasies
About the next time we do
You must feel the passion have for you
You actually make my body shake with hunger
And that’s not change
I am addicted to your voluptuous beautiful bod
I could take you where you stand sometimes
I know I have said this to you before
But when it’s hot it’s hot
I don’t think that I have ever
Had to beg for anything
But please please do me again
I dare you I double dare you

Don’t let it be all talk, , we can talk after
As long as the weather permits! ! !
XXX
PS
Can you see what I’m doing?
And we are not even in the rest room
PPS
I hope you could feel how deep my passion ran today
And I hope that you did you enjoy my hungry tongue
Between your parted lips
Am I sorry for making you bleed
No
Come and feed me
XYZ

Submitted: Thursday, April 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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