Michael Angelo


Lust on my mind


“Forgive the candor of my approach,

Honesty is tried and true,

But lost when expressing your effects,

Naturally thoughts retreat to undressing you,

As slowly and elegantly as each stride in your gate watching you pass by,

Letting lace fall to the floor,

Enjoying the same pose you’re holding now,

Demurely magnetic,

Foreign forces pulling me close enough to converse with your body,

Your body language speaking candidly,

Opening thighs to me,

Breast Protruding, heart racing,

Face flushed upon my introduction,

Tranquil states interrupted by unexpected moves,

Paralyzed by the positioning of my tone,

Thoughts caught in raw emotion,

Causing the smile you’re giving me,

So forgive the candor of my approach,

But thank you for letting me tell you what was on my mind

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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