rishiv vinayak


nights of love


love it when you come in my dream
love it when i make you scream
love it when into the bed you crawl
love it when your face turns red
love it when those curve my hands trace
love the evil look on your face
love it when you undress
love it wen your demands
love it when our lips meet
love it when you rub my feet
love it when you turn me on
love it when you go bit down
love it when you take me in
love it when we perform the sin
love it when i touch your bust
love it when your eyes are full of lust
love the aroma in the room
love the sight of yours under the shine of moon
love it when to climax we reach
love it when every moan you preach
love the every moment of it till the end
love your every such ritual and trend

Submitted: Thursday, January 27, 2011

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