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Please Don’t Leave Me So…


Please Don’t Leave Me So…

Please don’t leave me without
When I’m in this lost condition
I can’t bear to be without
I want to give total submission

Let me feel your fire
Igniting my every desire
Let me feel you hand
Up against my breast

I want your soft kisses
Down my neck and back
Oh, how I’m missing
Your wet mouth that I lack

How I hunger for your caress
Let me have your manliness
Let me give you all of me
We can be one feeling free

Our body’s friction attracts
Our heat and fire overflowing
And submit to total climax
A tremble that is growing

My mind can only wonder
If you leave as I slumber
My body can only yearn
And wait till you return

So please don’t go
I beg and plead so
What ends do I have to go?
To make you want me so…

Submitted: Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, September 01, 2010

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