ali da poet Make da pen bleed


Lovely Poem/ PickupLine Poem by ali da poet Make da pen bleed


Lovely/Beautiful/Adorable/Sweet and Electric....you presence put my mind in hysterics....Thoughts of watching your form, and Flesb, your soul is warm to the touch...sweet to the taste....but i cant wait...but first let me ask you out on this date... As i supple with your lips! Flow with your hips! Please allow my magic stick to enter your Ebony dip...Hopefully we can have thousands of Erotic trips....Im hopeful now that you are my Happy Ebony.fruit....My masculinity inside your femininity fits like a perfect suit....you are a angel that has been elevated...our understanding has once again been reincarnated...i envision you could be my soul mate for life times....i walked a narrow line just to make you mine...i will walk backwards to hell just to make you mine...all these thoughts entangled and intwined....as i sip on your flesh like delicious wine....thats in season beyond reasonable reason....hoping its not over before it starts....my love will you become the second beat to my broaken heart....

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 30, 2013

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