G PAUL FISHER

(13-02-1968 / Parkstone)

Only The Sexiest Girls


Beautiful Girls Serve G
God is the miracle
God can do anything
God everybody backs

The most attractive sensual girls
Bring to God pleasure gifts and joy
Avoiding strife that's good I see
Such girls are evidently smitten, naturally
Readily eager to serve this powerful boy

With excellent taste,
They dress to please
Showing only God what God wants to see
Just the right amount of naked flesh
Tasteful and sensual just for he

Provocative thoughts enter their minds
Sexual innuendo lbidinous delights
When they see God they are heightened you see
Suddenly eager to make love with he
Knowing God knows how to treat them right

Sexy lingerie scant, divine
Beautifully formed breasts and faces
And a shapely firm behind
Perfectly formed to bring sexual treats
Responsive and sensual eager yet kind

Moist and inviting sensuous a haven
Whether they be natural, trimmed, or shaven
With smiling faces and pert bodies, always eager to please
God all his days, and his evenings too
Bringing him pleasures long overdue

God always absolutely gets what he wants

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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