george albot


I know my plaice


I know I could not hear your voice
But to see your beautiful face was
More than I could hope for
And to have seen you made my heart smile
Thank you.
I only need to see those eyes and I am lost
And it's another day gone, before ill hopefully
See you, soon I hope.
XXX

And now back to being sel, fish, again
Hm selfish or (smell fish) ? I miss you! !
I can close my eyes and see the shape of
Your voluptuous sexy bod you don't need the ‘Y'
If you do, just look in the mirror
To see what I can see, and what I've had
What a delight to have being with one who's
As sexy as you
Do you think that if you was to close your eyes
That you could imagine your arms, lips and leg holding on to me
Hope so
Now start panting and beg me to satisfy you again
Relive the phone calls we used to have
Hope you are still in front of the mirror
Please look in the mirror
Let me know if rose is tingling, now give her a rub
Go on, , , rub her
XYZ

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Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
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