george albot


Sometime soon


As soon as I saw you this morning I knew it was going to be difficult
And I was right because after you give me that note
I just could not stop thinking of you
Plus you look fantastic in those jeans; yes I know I have seen them before
But different days different ways (still my F, A, B)
And I know I should not have done that today
And I cannot believe that I did it, in our room
But you bring a hunger and a passion out of me that I am finding
It harder and harder to control, I could rip you in two sometimes
And that is because of the way you look at me
And all the time I am thinking of getting you in bed
But I don’t think that can satisfy me at the moment
I could have taken you were you stud, , (sorry stood) thinking of me again
It should not feel like this, have we yet? Or was it a dream
If we haven’t we should, if we have we should, and we should soon
You ask when and where, I know where you tell me when
XXX
Night night babe

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Submitted: Thursday, April 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013

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