george albot


Hello rose, lulu daisy


I wish you could see what you do to me
Because the image of you I will never be free
So let me think of you in the heat of this night
Will you be moist, will you be tight.

Let me feel how wet you are below
Biting and kissing, has I go
You are soaking me up and your wetting me though
Is this the best that you can do

Come a little closer
Let me open you wide
And slip my finger deep in side
To tease you and taunt you
And to help you split
You are almost ready, that I can see you slit

Now let me take a look at your inner thigh
Till you start to squirm and begin to sigh
You are getting wetter and wetter
And gasping for air
So that's when I picture you naked and bare
And now all the evidence is over me
Now close your eyes until you can see,
XXX
,

Submitted: Saturday, March 16, 2013

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