Cambridge Keenan

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I Am A Sinner saved by Grace Just the Same as You


My darling beloved gentleman friend.and lover.

I need your mercy and grace to find my own.

I fail God daily, just as you,

We are the same in so many and various ways,

We could be soulmates we are so strongly bounded with love and lust,

I think our love compliments our lust,

We share the same desires, we both are a little kinky,

Turning each other on, taking us both to new levels of never before elations,

Delights we have both set fire too, playful passions,

Where you make me beg for more as I cry out to you for more and more,

Deeper, stronger, faster, powerful rope play with bound wrists and ankels,

I submit to your every wanton wish with pleasure for this I love you even more! !

Your power pouring over me as I happily submit to you.

Love allows passionate play...

I love your values, your character atributes,

Your ever so sensitive heart kike mine,

Your confidence, your determination,

Your wisom and knowledge matches mine,

We ressanate in perfect union,

I know you, I trust you, I want you,

I desire to share some time with you...

i love you...I dont give uo easy,

I am as relentless as Maryilyn to Arthur...

Submitted: Sunday, July 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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Cambridge Keenan July 13.2013

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