Clarence Williams

Rookie - 10 Points (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

My kids dance all over his face Poem by Clarence Williams


My kids dance all over his face! !  

It was the shower show that he promise me! ! ! ! The water was running! ! ! And everything! ! ! His clothes were off! ! ! ! and he placed me! ! ! in a  chair and undressed me! ! ! nude I became  completely! ! ! ! He placed another chair in his shower of secrets! ! ! and shut the glass door! ! !  Than he said play! ! ! ! !  soft music start to come on! ! ! ! ! ! and his body was gyrating to the beat and soap consumed the body! ! ! ! And slowly down his phat ass I'm going to blow his manhole out! ! ! ! that my meat wanted too reach out and feed the hungry! ! ! 'that starving would have been an understatement and hungry wouldn't exist never for that body! ! ! ! And he asked me to come in and sit! ! ! And I'm thinking he's about to get nasty! ! ! ! ! he did! ! ! ! ! And my kids was dancing all around his FACE! ! ! !            






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Submitted: Thursday, November 21, 2013
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